Support » Theme: Quark » Site Title and Tagline vs. Logo

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  • Theme Author Anthony Hortin

    (@ahortin)

    Quark will currently only display the Site Title, if there’s no image. It doesn’t display the Tagline.

    If you want to display the tagline, you can simply edit header.php, or if you’re building a child theme, override header.php by making a copy of it and placing it in the child theme folder and then editing it.

    You’d then search for the section that displays the Site Title. It has the following line.

    echo get_bloginfo( 'name' );

    and just below the closing h1 tag ( </h1> ), add the following line

    <p class="site-tagline"><?php echo get_bloginfo( 'description' ); ?></p>

    You may also need to add some styles to make sure it displays how you want it to.

    Thank you Anthony. I have no experience with css/editing .php, so I’m thinking the best way to go at this point is to upload a logo that contains everything I need in it: image, Site title, and tagline.

    Theme Author Anthony Hortin

    (@ahortin)

    That would b the easiest option, yep.

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