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tagline bold

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    Koen
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    Hi Mathieu,

    Two little questions:
    – How do I set the tagline into the bold or black variety of a font?

    – How do I select testimonials in a page (not in a widget, that one is clear)?
    See this page (now containing both long and shortened testimonials):
    http://www.taalspiegel.nl/wordpress/cursisten-over-maaike/

    best regards from a sunny Amsterdam (snow is melting fast).
    Koen

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    iceable
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    Hi Koen,

    Here’s a simple CSS snippet for the tagline:

    #tagline {
        font-weight: bold;
        font-style: italic;
    }

    Both “bold” and “italic” can be changed to “normal” in this code if desired.

    Note that “black” is not actually a font weight, it is actually a different font (you’ll find “black” versions of some fonts in the font selection list next to their default versions when available).

    For the testimonial shortcode, it seems that there is a glitch in the visual shortcode so you cannot see the option to select a category. Thanks for pointing it out, this shall be fixed in the next revision!

    In the meantime, you should still be able to select a category for your shortcode manually: switch the editor to “text” mode and add the cat attribute to the shortcode with the category slug, like so:

    [testimonials title="Testimonials" col="full-width" cat="my-category"]

    The category slug is usually the name of the category in lowercase with dashes instead of spaces; so if the category is “My Category”, the slug will be “my-category”.

    #19568
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    Koen
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    OK, great, this helps.
    Strange though: I left out the ‘font-style: italic’ bit in the CSS on the tagline. But it still displays Italic. Any clue?

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    iceable
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    Yes, it is already set to be italic by default; if you don’t want it in italic, make sure to include “font-style: normal” in the snippet like so:

    #tagline {
        font-weight: bold;
        font-style: normal;
    }
    #19911
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    jefffoster
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    I am trying to use taglines provided by this source [link redacted], but my tagline is more than 5 words to be included in the headings underneath the brand and logo name. Is is possible to have that tagline long?

    • This reply was modified 11 months ago by  iceable. Reason: Redacted irrelevant link. This forum is not a FFA link dropping area
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    iceable
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    @jefffoster if this is a genuine question and you are actually using this theme, please start your own thread and mention your site’s URL so I can see your current setting and give you a better answer.

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