November 2, 2015 at 9:02 pm #169959
I am running the Prose Theme. When I set the Site Title and the Tagline in Customize, so that it shows in Google Search or in the tab when someone comes to my website, it also shows on the Header of my Page. I am using a Transparent Header image so the Site Title and Tagline show through the Header Image. How I can I set this so I can set the Site Title and Tagline, so that it shows in the Readers Browser Tab, but does NOT show on the Home Page itself?November 3, 2015 at 1:30 am #169968
In Prose the Customizer and Custom Header methods can both enable and disable the display of title text and tagline. Choose:
"Appearance > Customize > Site Identity" enter the site title and tagline, then uncheck "Display Header Text".
"Appearance > Header" (the Customizer opens); X-out of the Customizer to the "Custom Header" screen, uncheck "Show header text with your image."
November 3, 2015 at 12:00 pm #170033
Sorry that didn't work. I unchecked "Display Header Text" and it did nothing. And at least in my Admin panel, there is no "Show header text with your image" field on the "Custom Header" screen. You can see what it looks like at http://PeterCruikshank.com/devNovember 3, 2015 at 1:21 pm #170062
Did you click "Save & Publish" ?
We are using the same 1.5.2 version of Prose. I see you're on the latest version of WordPress; be certain that the latesst version of Genesis is also installed.
You should also set in Genesis > Design Settings:
Header Width = 940px and Header Title Area Width = 940px
This should make your title area image clickable for users returning 'home'.
November 3, 2015 at 11:41 pm #170112
I am running Genesis version 2.2.3 I do NOT have the Display Header Text checked and as you can see, the text still shows.
And I don't have the “Show header text with your image” in the Genesis Customer Header. Below is what I have.November 4, 2015 at 7:11 am #170133
You're trying to customize the site/title header with a plugin that does something entirely different. "Genesis Custom Headers" is not the ' “Custom Header” screen' and does not modify the site/title area header or tagline.
The menu path "Appearance > Custom Headers" -- to get to your screen image of the plugin settings -- is not the same as the paths I described above. Deactivate the plugin (at least to eliminate confusion) then follow the steps to change the site/title header as above.
November 6, 2015 at 12:45 am #170272
Okay, I deactivated the Genesis Custom Header.
“Appearance > Header” (the Customizer opens); X-out of the Customizer to the “Custom Header” screen, uncheck “Show header text with your image.”
When I go to “Appearance > Header”, the Customizer does open). When I "X-out of the Customizer" it doesn't take me to any “Custom Header” screen, it just takes me back to the Admin Panel.
This is driving me crazy. I have spent hours trying to figure what file the Title and Description might be in so I can edit it -- and hopefully still have the info show up in the User's browser. I've looked through tons of files with no luck.November 6, 2015 at 1:55 am #170277November 6, 2015 at 9:52 am #170323
Here is what I am looking at. You can see the box is Unchecked yet it still shows up on the screen.November 6, 2015 at 12:03 pm #170333
Will the solution mentioned in Zeldman's article here - http://www.zeldman.com/2012/03/01/replacing-the-9999px-hack-new-image-replacement/ - help with this?
Grace and Peace,
PaulNovember 6, 2015 at 1:11 pm #170341
A CSS method to hide the text fails because this is the #title-area, providing the header link to the front page.
Since Peter has confirmed an apparent problem with the header on his site, it's most likely a plugin conflict. I'd suggest first disabling all plugins; if the problem remains, contact StudioPress. If the problem disappears, start hunting down the offending plugin: add half back and repeat the test, cycle until the culprit is found.
November 18, 2015 at 12:05 am #171389
The solution was to add the following to the Genesis Custom Code:
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That's very good news!
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