Site name, & n b s p ; and email notification subject field.
On my website (well, it’s not mine, I am just helping setting it up), http://poetryroundup.us/whup/, I have a graphic, and I want the site title to straddle it; the only way that I could make that work is with a bunch of
‘s in the title. However, when I get an email notification from a topic, I get this in the subject field:
[Dr. Whup-Ass Bitch-Ass Poetry Round-Up]
Is there a way to keep the visual look that I am after, and avoid the ungainly subject field?
If you must have absolute, total control over the placement of your site title and description, then you really should use an image editing program such as Photoshop (costly, but nice) or GIMP (free, with learning curve) to add the text directly to the header image itself.
You can control the site title and description placement to a large extent with CSS, but then you always have an issue with browser compatibility and potential changes to the CSS in future theme updates. Adding the text directly to the image avoids all of those issues.ModMod
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