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Although I've got the home page site title tag and tagline set up in WP General Settings (which is picked up in Site Identity in Customise) they're being over-ridden by the Front Page Display, that I've got set to static (in order to show a testimonial slider).
Has anyone else noticed this, and how did you get round it?
As soon as you use the header image, the Site Title and Description are hidden. They are still rendered in your HTML, but from a display perspective, you can either display the text or image. They other render in the same space. It's not a problem. It's the way it works.
Just checking back on this... And Victor, you said they display as text or image...
But what's happening is that the text that's being displayed is meaningless and being picked up, not from the header, but from the Front Page Display that's almost at the bottom of the page, where mine is the title of a testimonials slider... what people say (as mentioned is nondescript).
Is there a way of changing this, so who the site is for (from my site title and description) is shown instead?
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