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    Annette B

    We are using the Pavilion theme. Currently, the tagline is blank, but if it wasn’t blank, it would display under the site name on the left side.
    On the right side is a slogan which does have words displaying.
    I would like a tagline to replace the slogan but still look like the current slogan (which is much bigger than the theme’s tagline) and in the same position as the current slogan.
    What do I need to do to accomplish this?
    Thank you.

    Jesse Owens

    Hello Annette-

    Thanks for reaching out, and thanks for using the Pavilion WordPress theme.

    If I understand correctly, you’re trying to keep the site looking the same was it does now, but instead of changing the text in the Call-to-Action Widget (“site slogan”) you’d like to control that text with the site description option, or “tagline.”

    This could be possible with some custom coding, but I don’t think there’s a compelling reason to try to do this. From an SEO point-of-view, the “slogan” is an H2 element, and the “tagline” is an H3 element, so search engines will already see the slogan as a more important piece of content.

    One thing you could do to get the “best of both worlds” is to put the same text into your tagline, and add a line of custom CSS:

    h3.site-description { visibility: invisible; }

    That way, you’d still have the text in both places, but it would only display the way you have it now.

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