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[resolved] Can't get rid of site description above my imported header. (3 posts)

  1. jtallant
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I am new to word press (second day). I have no previous experience with any programming language so I am still having a hard time understanding many things.

    I have imported a custom header into my 2010-weaver theme. There is still a box above the header that I don't want there. I have tried to hunt down the code and eliminate it.

    The 2010-weaver theme has three different .php files for the header. There is header.php, header-blank.php, and header-custom.php. I attempted to use firebug to identify where I might find the code and to know what I was looking for. I scoured through all these header files with a plan to identify the code, delete, it and upload the edited header.php to my weaver-child theme. I could not find the code I was looking for anywhere on any of the three header files. I also don't understand why there are three different files for the header. The URL for the site is http://www.finitehelp.com. I think you will see what I mean when you take a look at the header and see another box above it with text that says the same thing.

    Also, one other thing if anyone might be able to help. I am getting an error on my 2010-weaver customization page under the themes category in the word press interface. Its read...

    Warning: Missing argument 3 for t_css_css(), called in /home/content/33/7232633/html/wp-content/themes/2010-weaver/ttw-generatecss.php on line 606 and defined in /home/content/33/7232633/html/wp-content/themes/2010-weaver/ttw-generatecss.php on line 1016

    It doesn't seem to be hindering anything I have tried to do so far. Is this something I should be worried about?

    Thank you for taking the time to help!

  2. alchymyth
    The Sweeper & Moderator
    Posted 3 years ago #

    try and add this to your styles:

    #site-title, #site-description {display:none;}

    where and how depends on your theme

  3. highseas
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Welcome to wordpress, it is an awesome tool! Now, the above response may help your problem. What I do is debug slowly retrace your steps and try to comment out <!-- --> stuff in the header (i think that is where your problem is...) and slowly work that way. BE CAREFUL to move too many things around in any wordpress files, be careful. Try to add simple text into the header and see if it renders. Also, some themes will bury deep into the code/files a piece that you are looking for.

    I hope this helps somewhat, good luck!

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