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[Resolved] how do I remove the Blog Title & Tagline from the header

  • I don’t know why I’m finding this so hard tonight. My site KeeperBay.com, if you go there you will see 2 Blog Titles and 2 Taglines. My title is in my header image, so I need to remove it from the header of my site, but not from the program itself.

    I find if I removed the Blog Title & Tagline from WordPress > Settings > General then it also removes it from the “tab” and the browser bar and replaces it with just the http:// style domain link and we don’t want that – blah.

    Does this make any sense?
    It’s Memorial Day, maybe I should give up and start drinking?

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  • Always, Always, Always, without fail. As soon as I post a question it hits me.

    Just in case anyone else ever gets stuck on this question, here’s how to solve it.

    First, you should probably drink heavily while editing – it cuts down on the brain pain. (Kidding!)

    Second, find this code in the header.php

    <<?php echo $tmp;?> id=”blogtitle”>“><?php bloginfo(‘name’); ?></<?php echo $tmp;?>>
    <div id=”subtitle”><?php bloginfo(‘description’);?></div>

    And remove these 2 bits:
    First bit: <?php bloginfo(‘name’); ?>

    Second bit: <?php bloginfo(‘description’);?>

    And it will look something like this when you’re done:
    <<?php echo $tmp;?> id=”blogtitle”>“></<?php echo $tmp;?>>
    <div id=”subtitle”></div>

    Save it, upload it, you know the rest of the drill and PRESTO!

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