May 1, 2019 at 6:57 pm #490930
I'm new to the blogging world and have a few hiccups. First, I know nothing much about websites or design, so don't judge on my lack of knowledge ;). The most experience I have is with Word and changing my codes for Myspace backgrounds in 2006.
I have two things that I need feed back on:
1) How do I remove the line under the "Slush" title or better put, under my site title. It's too short for my site name and I either need to lengthen it or remove all together.
2) If I decide to use an uploaded logo instead of the option above, my image logo is blurry at the size that I need it to be. I'm stumped.
Help! Thanks!http://hautehomefront.comMay 11, 2019 at 8:04 am #491104
Hi there, Slush Pro is a third party theme developed by ZigZagPress and marketed on StudioPress. ZigZagPress offers support for their own themes here - https://zigzagpress.com/contact/. Fill that out and they should be able to assist you.
August 7, 2019 at 3:09 pm #492883
Hi Anita, have you solve your issue? I have contacted ZigZagPress about the same issue a week ago and despite urgencies have not heard from them. Thanks.August 8, 2019 at 1:53 am #492885
Hey, You will get the options in Setting to set your title and tagline. You can set that so that your Title and tagline would be updated. For logo you should use higher pixel image so that it will not become blur.
August 8, 2019 at 2:43 pm #492896
Hi, thanks for the try, but unfortunately this does not solve my problem. If I change the title and tagline in settings - it does nothing to the underscore under the title..August 15, 2019 at 4:08 am #492995
I have contacted ZigZagPress arch about the same issue a week ago and despite urgencies have not heard from them. Thanks.August 15, 2019 at 3:27 pm #492999
I have not received any help from Zigzagpress but guys at StudioPress have been really helpful, even if they were not required to help me.
First: What you are looking to edit (under theme editor) is the h1.site-title::after
in the style.css file of the theme. I believe if you remove (delete) this from the CSS file it should remove the underscore.
Second (after I removed the underscore in the title, I still had it in the logo at the bottom of the page): zp_footer_logo_area
Watch out - when I deleted these to phrases from css.style this deleted it from my site (published). However, when I am signed in to WordPress and in editing mode I still see them both in the header and in the footer. I dont mind that as long as it is invisible on my actual site.
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