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Adjusting HTML: Site Name Appears ON TOP OF Header Image (2 posts)

  1. nakatomi6
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hello everyone,

    I've been trawling through the forums to see if there was anything similar but I have not had any luck as of yet.

    I have been going through WP trying to figure out how to make this adjustment. Whilst I am new to WP, I thought there would be an option someplace on the WP dashboard to do what I am seeking to do but I have not had any luck yet.

    With the theme that I am using, I have created a graphic that I have inserted into the HEADER. The HEADER, when clicked, will take people back to the HOME page.

    However, the TITLE of my website appears IN FRONT OF the HEADER image.

    When I go to SETTINGS > GENERAL and remove the title of my website, the test is removed but so is the a ref in the HEADER that will lead visitors back to the homepage.

    I know that the code that I need to adjust is:

    Book of Quotes

    And all I need to is simply EMOVE the the phrase 'Book of Quotes' that I have put in BOLD.

    WHERE do I go to do this? This is driving me slightly mad as I know what I need to do to fix this but I just don't know how to go about this. All the pages in the WP Editor are in CSS or PHP. I just don't know where to go to edit the HTML. Is there a place from the WP admin area where one can edit the HTML (I've looked everywhere as I thought there could be something like this available)? Or a plug-in that enables one to modify the HTML?

    Thanks in advance for the help!

  2. nakatomi6
    Posted 2 years ago #

    By the way, I see that in making the post, I was trying to illustrate the code I need to revise and it made it into a LINK instead.

    But here is the code that I am referring to which I have modified so that it doesn't become a link and you can see how simple the change it is that I am trying to make in HTML.

    ://book of quotes .com">Book of Quotes </a>

    I just need to get rid of the 'Book of Quotes' part before the [/a]

    Again- thank you!

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