Tagline

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  • #4542

    wrnc
    Member

    yet another newbie question

    in the tagline (under the blog’s title) can simple html code be used:

    – to put a link,
    – to display a picture
    – to have both

    ??

    #4944

    drmike
    Member

    Did you try to do those things yet? :)

    #4953

    wrnc
    Member

    well no :( okay I’m going to try with a link

    :confused:

    #4954

    wrnc
    Member

    with a link it doesn’t work, i guess there are characters that can’t be included

    would like to make that link visible somewhere but I’m running short of ideas

    Read WRNC from first post to last post

    any ideas? anyone?

    #5122

    berklieblog
    Member

    Hi,
    I put “[em][/em]” tags in my Tagline (I’m using brackets to show the HTML)… and they displayed as exactly that, not as emphasizing the word. Is there another way to emphasize a word in the Tagline?

    Thanks!
    BB

    #5123

    sulz
    Member

    doesn’t the [strong][/strong] tag work if the [em] tag does?

    #5124

    cornell
    Member

    Guys, I don’t believe there’s a way to use HTML in the tag line.

    I just tried this on my wp.com blog and both the em and strong tags simply show as em and strong in the display:

    <em>Learning</em> Linux and <strong>blogging</strong> it

    Me

    #5125

    drmike
    Member

    IIRC, we tested the en and strong tag as part of a post title and it worked as long as those weren’t defined by the theme in it’s CSS.

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