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How to get the taglines on the front page blank

  • I love the free theme. Thanks so much. Is there anyway to get the two spots beneath the title and above the “call to action” button to be blank? If I don’t put any text there, “Display your H2 subheadline here” shows up.

    thanks

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  • Hi,

    You can use CSS to visually remove both, here’s how:

    In your child theme folder, edit the style.css file.

    For the h2 Subheading add this code:
    .featured-subtitle {
    display: none;
    }

    And for the text below that add this:

    #featured p {
    display: none;
    }

    after doing this the call to action button will jump up right underneath the h1 title however.

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