I originally had “a potential new website for lesliepvd.com” as a tagline when I was building this site and showing it to friends and family. About a week ago, I changed it to “Printmaking, Sculpture, and Installation” when I decided that, yes, this would be my new website.
My tagline does not appear in my website (which is fine) but when I post it on another site (say Facebook), it still says “A Potential New website for LesliePVD.com.” Boo! I don’t want this. How do I fix it. I keep refreshing the setting>general>tagline page. Is it a matter of Facebook remembering that tagline? Or is it on the wordpress end?
The blog I need help with is lesliepvd.com.
Have you gone here > Settings > General and changed your tagline on that page?
We can change our blog title and/or optional tagline on that page at any time. Don’t forget to click “save changes” when you are done.
That is the only place I have tried to change it. Is there another location? It is saved there as “Printmaking, Sculpture, and Installation,” but does not show up as such in Facebook (where I cross-promote my site a lot). I am wondering if there might be some kind of cookie that keeps the old tagline showing up. Or something else.
But to answer your question, that is set up and saved as I want it, yes.
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