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Yeah, had thought about the browser cache as well. But that wouldn't explain why when I replaced the widget in one browser window that it then updated in the other browser window that was open (nothing else changed). And I did hit the save button about five or so times each time.
I guess that if nobody else has heard of this I may just have to go old school and reboot.
Sure, here's where I found it along with a cut/paste of it:
Below is what you're looking for in your style.css. Simply change border bottom and border top from 1px to 0px. That's all there is to it.
In your stylesheet, around line 383, find this code:
border-bottom: 1px solid #ddd;
border-top: 1px solid #ddd;
padding: 6px 0;
Did one last search of the forum and found it this time. So found, and fixed.
Thanks for that reply Christoph, and for letting me know that it works for you. Can I ask which child theme you're using? I ask because last night I went ahead and tried it on a test site as well, using Centric. I was unable to get it to do anything other than to position flush to the right of the title itself (not exactly what I'd want to have).
Wow....this is clearly what happens to you when you wake up at about 2am and have been zinging along ever since. I did that. I actually even typed that I tried to upload it as a plugin when I know it is a theme. Duh. Time for coffee. Thanks.
Also, I confirmed that this is either a Genesis or Centric issue by activating one of the stock WP themes, and the subtitle displayed just fine.