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[resolved] Default Tagline Options (3 posts)

  1. redtechmedia
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    In the header, there is the "Tagline" that can be filled-in under the "Settings". This is fine except I want to modify it. I looked in the header.php (and everywhere else in the Theme Editor but couldn't find anything to relate to (what I thought would be called) the "Tagline" so I could edit it. My goal was to make it stand out more: bigger by default (without having user rely on the Layout Controls). The default font for that "tagline" is still very small. Plus I wanted to maybe even change the font and font color. Where can I make these custom changes in the Theme Editor; because I don't see it. Thank you.

  2. Shane G
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Hi,

    You can edit the tagline code from the page.php file or index.php file as it is depends on the theme..for the details refer this link:

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    To edit the font and font color you need to edit the style.css file of your blog you can get the all the style details from that file..

    Thanks,

    Shane G.

  3. digitalnature
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    in Fusion the tagline is located in header.php:

    <?php bloginfo('description'); ?>

    you shouldn't alter the code if you only want the text size changed. Use the theme custom css option instead:

    #topnav{
     font-size: 140%;
    }

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