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I am using the Executive Pro theme with WooCommerce.
So I have a site where instead of the site title, I show a logo. I edited the style.css to set a background image for the site-title a element.
Any way to add the tagline/description below the logo?
Link to the site please.
Thats not the correct way to add a logo. You should use the Header Image setting in the customizer.
Thanks for your response. The site is http://www.tacknrider.com
I did add the logo via the Header Image setting. Please ignore my earlier statement about "edit the stylesheet to set a background image". I understand that is automatically done when the Header Image setting is used.
I noticed that the site's tagline is not even added by the code when the Header Image is used.
I tried those CSS changes and it did not work. The logo slid all the way down to halfway in the page (padding-top: 210px).
The rule pertaining to "site-description" did not apply because there is no "site-description" element being generated by the template code.
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