I guess I messed around with changing the position of the Site Title and Tagline a few too many times and now the Tagline displays on top of the Site Title and I can’t seem to get it back to it’s original location. I only made changes through the “Customize” function–not to any code directly, but I do know how to edit actual code if that’s what’s needed.
What I have done:
Compared the CSS file to a clean/new CSS file – no differences.
Turned on and off custom font and position with toggle buttons in Customize menu – did nothing.
Deleted and reinstalled Pavilion Theme – did not fix the problem.
I’m happy to copy and paste code somewhere to restore that part to it’s original function… I can access files via PHP if they aren’t editable through WordPress interface… just tell me what to do to fix it, please? 🙂
Thanks for reaching out and thanks for using Pavilion WordPress theme with BoldGrid Post and Page Builder for WordPress!
Under normal circumstances deleting and reinstalling the WordPress theme should resolve your issue with the title and tagline. You might want to try purging any server side caching assistants and even browser cache. It’s possible some elements of your theme were cached into the database and those elements are still displaying even with a fresh install.
I tried inspecting your site at the URL you included in the thread but the site is unreachable and throwing an error message. It could just be mistyped URL. If you could direct us to a live link we could take a look and offer you better suggestions on how to fix this issue.
I hope this helps. We look forward to hearing from you!
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