Change the features of the Tagline

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Last Reviewed: 29-Apr-15 (3.3.20) 3.1.* 3.2.* 3.3.*

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17 thoughts on “Change the features of the Tagline

  • Damien

    Hi, i’m going to buy the pro version for my client once we agree on the website design but my client is not a fan of ‘italic’ writing and every Tagline font option is italic.

    What CSS code would I have to paste in to simply take the italic feature out?



  • Brendan

    hi, I would like to put just some of the words of my tagline into italics – is there a snippet for this that I have not found?

    Thank you!

  • Brendan

    Hi, I would like to make some of the words in my tagline to use Italics? – I’ve looked for code but cannot find it

    Thank you!


  • Buffy Griffin

    I noticed that my pics that are inserted into the blog are square shaped instead of the rounded shape on the home page. Please provide the CSS code that I need to make all of my pics have the circle shape.

    Buffy Anissa

    • Nicolas

      Hi Buffy,
      Images used as featured images of post will be displayed with the rounded shape and the special effect on mouse hover, but only in the post lists : blog page, archive pages (category, tags, author,…).
      In a single post or page, if you insert an image in your content, it will be displayed without this effect by default. You need to add the following CSS code to your theme, (either in the Custom CSS field or in the style.css file) to display all post/page image with the rounded shape :


  • chappie

    Thanks for this, Dave. Seems to be working fine for me as modified below – with the exception that when the viewing window narrows sufficiently to force the tagline below the logo, the tagline font styling reverts to the default. How can I force my style mods to apply in responsive scenarios? My site isn’t live yet but I can post a screen grab if it helps.

  • Ian

    Having trouble getting this to make any visibile changes to my tagline. I’ve used other CSS and Functions from this site to center the tagline and logo, but now I can’t change the font style or color.


    • Dave Bardell Post author

      Most of these Snippets are tested standalone, so it is possible that when added to other CSS code they don’t work quite as intended. I’d suggest the Forum would be a better place to get a solution for this, and include a link to your Site.

      Thanks for using Customizr.

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