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Adding tag line

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  • Hi, have you set up a tagline in the admin panel? If so, you should be able to display it by adding this line of code to the header.php file:

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

    where you want your tagline to appear.

    Hi. Yea, the tagline is already set in the admin panel. I would like it to appear right under the header “Miles Bonanza”. I added the code that you suggested under </header><!– #masthead –> as below. But on the site it displays at the very left. I want it to move to the right and up to start the word “travel” right under “Miles”.

    </header><!– #masthead –>
    <?php bloginfo(‘description’); ?>

    In addition, I’m unable to remove “About Me” in the Menu despite deleting it from the Menu structure under appearance.
    Thanks.

    I think the problem is the location where you put it. It needs to go inside the header tag, (below the logo, perhaps). Also, wrap it inside a heading or paragraph tag with a class so you can easily style it.

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