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    Michael Kelberer
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    The header image (enabled on all pages) is an image with the business name in the upper left corner. On all pages except the home page, the page name correctly displays in the center left of the image. On the home page there is “Yoga Therapy Title” (the site is about yoga therapy, but that plus “title” appears nowhere) plus a completely random tagline (“with all the Biggest Brands of Fashion”)

    In the theme customizing section, the site identity fields are blank, and the option to display is unchecked. The actual page name of the home (front) page is “Therapeutic Healing”.

    Any idea how to get rid of the false hame/tagline fields?
    THanks,
    Michael

    #142571
    Psink
    Keymaster

    hello michael

    Can you please share your site URL? It’s quite confusing, it would be easy to understand with the visual aspect

    Regards,
    Psink

    #142624
    Michael Kelberer
    Participant

    Site URL: catenrightyogatherapy.com

    Problem is in the header image on the front page – I have no idea where the “Yoga Therapy Title” and “with all the Biggest Brands of Fashion” came from. The Site Identity fields are blank, and the name of the page (which should be displayed) is “Therapeutic Healing”
    I don’t see a way to upload a screen shot, but I have one.
    Thanks

    #142658
    Psink
    Keymaster

    Hello Michael

    I guess “Yoga Therapy Title” and “with all the Biggest Brands of Fashion” are coming from customizer >> Header Media. Can you please check there once?

    Regards,
    Psink

    #142694
    Michael Kelberer
    Participant

    Ah! I hadn’t scrolled down far enough to see that.Now I see I have other options for the text there too.
    Thank you for the prompt and effective help!

    #142717
    Psink
    Keymaster

    it’s our pleasure to help you

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