My tagline shows in the tab header instead of my title

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  • #991954

    Hi, I use the Twenty Eleven theme. My blog title is Sequins and Cherry Blossom and my tagline is Japanese culture and events in London.

    The tab header (the header that shows at the top of the browser page) doesn’t show my blog title – it shows my tagline instead. This only happens on my homepage, my other pages are fine. How can I fix this?

    http://sequinsandcherryblossom.com

    The blog I need help with is sequinsandcherryblossom.com.

    #992056

    litehash
    Member

    Hi sequinsandcherryblossom –

    I’m using Safari 6.0 and I see your title and tagline:

    Sequins and Cherry Blossom | Japanese culture and events in London

    The other pages show:
    <page name> | Sequins and Cherry Blossom
    where <page name> is replaced with Places, Restaurants, About

    What browser are you using? Are you trying to make it say “Home”?

    #992163

    Oh, I see what it is – if you have a lot of tabs open it only shows the second half of the header which is the tagline bit. It would be nice if it would show the first bit instead, but I suppose I can’t make it do that.

    Thanks for taking a look at this for me.

    #992198

    litehash
    Member

    I have about 15 pages open with at least 5 tabs each right now…I feel your pain!

    #992235

    :)

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