Question to Other Bloggers

I love  I love this template.  3 columns, one on the left, one on the right.

There is only one problem that is annoying me to now end:  this template does not display the sub-title of this blog.

It should be:

The personal blog of Adam Nash

Does anyone know either:

  1. How to modify the template to display the sub-title?
  2. Another 3-column template on that has this layout that does display the sub-title?

If you do, please let me know.


6 thoughts on “Question to Other Bloggers

  1. Sure…. you give me a hard time, but I didn’t notice you giving me the solution either. Help me out here, and I’ll let you see my new plugin. 🙂


  2. Same template, almost same color choice, same problem. My subtitle is “Irregularly updated random opinions.” I’ll keep an eye on your post for answers…

  3. Happy Birthday Big Brother.

    To know how to grow old is the master work of wisdom, and one of the most difficult chapters in the great art of living.

    -Henri Frederic Amiel

    You do it beautifully, baby face.

    Bookend #2

  4. Hi Adam,

    As they say on the Jim Rome Show, “long time listener… first time caller”. I don’t have WordPress setup, but 2 of my friends have told me that adding,

    to your PHP code will do the trick. They don’t have your same layout, but deleting this piece of code lets them toggle it on and off provided the “tagline” field is populated.

    Hope this helps.

  5. Sigh. I should have known that the code would be parsed out when i submitted the form. Sorry for the half-baked comment.

    You can go to this URL. Look for a post by username hopeworks (close to the top) who talks about a kubrick theme. Line four of his header, containing the word description, is the code that is needed.

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