I am interested in adding a small paragraph of text under my 'Tagline' in my Kubrick theme. Would CSS let me do this or would I still me limited to the two fields that are in the header currently? I actually don't need the paragraph of text to be a field, although it would be nice, as I could just modify it in the HTML code if needed. Here is an email I have sent to WordPress that further describes this. Actuall there are two questions, the other being whether I could attribute each posting to a different author. I imagine this would not be CSS-related, but I will ask anyway, as some of you might have an idea how I could achieve this. Thanks.
One: Provide a section that would allow other writers to be credited for writing postings. As things are now, you automatically credit the name of the blog with each contribution, ie: "November 26th, 2006 by politisense" for my http://www.considercommonsense.com blog. If an article was written by and I was given permission by another, I would want it to read "November 26th, 2006 by John Doe".
Two: Provide a small area, maybe enough room for a small paragraph, under the Tagline that could be edited to contain a small description of or disclaimer for the site in question. I have tried adding several sentences of text to the "Tagline" but it obviously wasn't designed for this, as it looks really bad and is truncated at both ends. Maybe there is a template that allows for this, but I haven't found it yet. My Weblog title is "Back to Common Sense" and its Tagline is "and Thinking for Yourself". I would want a small description of the site under the Tagline, saying something like: "Over the last several years people have strayed away from independent thinking and have embraced what the Main Stream Media prints. This is evident in our schools, workforce, politics, religion, and about everywhere that there are people. The objective of this site is to help return independent, critical thought, and in doing so this site will take a logical, common sense view of several subjects that will be supported by data or facts, encouraging the reader to investigate further and to form their own opinion."
Could you please consider these two requests for your blog service? I believe they would be appreciated by many of your members.