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Tagline question

  1. I'd like to make a few modifications to the tagline (under the blog name). I'm not sure how to do it or if it's possible.

    I'd like to put a line break and have a 3rd line. Right now it all just runs together and wraps to the 3rd line. (I've taken that text out since it looks bad that way).

    And I'd like to put part of it in bold.


    (I have purchased the CSS editor if that would help...don't know how to use it. I tried html and that doesn't work.)

    The blog I need help with is

  2. A quick google search gives you this solution to make text bold in CSS:

    Not sure how to go to another line, also I'm not sure if you can make your tagline bold.

  3. Thanks for the tip to google. I've received a message from WordPress Support that says the following:I see that you have the Custom CSS upgrade, so you can style the tag line by adding CSS.

    This might be a simple question. The link you gave above says to do the following:

    font-weight: bold;

    I put that in the tagline, and it didn't make anything bold. I'm wondering if I need to "close" the instruction (like you do in HTML). Do you know? The instructions didn't say anything further, so I'm at a loss right now... (I googled others and still didn't find anything helpful).


  4. That snippet goes in your css stylesheet. For help with learning CSS, click below:

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