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removing the text from the header (3 posts)

  1. peejdorie
    Member
    Posted 9 years ago #

    Hi, I've only got a small question.
    I'd like to remove the text from my header, and I found a tutorial .
    -----
    1: Your weblog title.
    You can change the title in your login screen, under Options.
    The CSS that controls how those words are displayed;'
    -----
    There's only 1 problem: I don't know how to get there..
    Following the instructions doesn't really help; I manage to get to the
    options screen, but I don't see a header-css-thing. In Templates, I
    can obviously alter php and css files, but I don't know which file to
    change then.
    Does anyone have an idea?
    Thanks a lot!
    Peter

  2. iddapidda
    Member
    Posted 9 years ago #

    I´m sure there is another way to do this, but here is my attempt.
    If you find the options screen then right at the top of the General Options there is a "weblog title". If you remove the title there, it doesn´t show up in the header.
    However if you want to change how the title is displayed you can find wp-layout.css under Templates.
    Hope that helps.

  3. peejdorie
    Member
    Posted 9 years ago #

    thanks a lot!
    I can indeed delete the header now, but now I wonder how to alter its position (x,y direction) and font/size/colour..

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