Support » Fixing WordPress » Using HTML in blog title?

  • yojimbouk

    (@yojimbouk)


    Hi. Newbie, but one who’s searched the codex and come up dry.

    I want to use the <strike> tag in the title of my blog, so it looks like — this probably won’t resolve, but —

    <strike>120</strike> 146 miles without a map

    (That is: <strike>120</strike> 146 miles without a map)

    However, the title displays the HTML including the angle-brackets as if it’s regular text. How can I fix this?

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  • It is not possible to add html to a page-title (<title></title> in html)

    ladydelaluna

    (@ladydelaluna)

    I’d probably write your title as, “120… No, 146 Miles Without A Map”

    billh

    (@billh)

    How about adding a class for that in your CSS file? Then simply refer to the strike-out font as a SPAN or DIV.

    Chris_K

    (@handysolo)

    not in the <title> tags…

    moshu

    (@moshu)

    I am not sure the OP was referring to the <title> tag in the head of a file. My impression was: it is about the blog TITLE like “Moshu’s Blog” – which you can change in the Options > General.
    However, even there you can NOT use HTML tags, it will be displayed, not rendered.

    ladydelaluna

    (@ladydelaluna)

    If it’s for the title of the site, why not use an image instead?

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