The other day I had the great pleasure of working with an author friend who decided he needed a new website. The theme we selected for him was the Sixteen Nine Child Theme by StudioPress.
While were were editing the site he asked if he would add “The Official Site of…” to the description area. I said, “Sure, not a problem.” Well, low and behold when I went to the site the title was above the description. Hummm, well that’s a problem, right?
The site uses the Genesis Framework and there’s a great group of developers out on Twitter. So I sent an SOS out to the #GenesisWP folks on Twitter in search of a snippet to reverse the title and description.
Tonya from the WP Developer Club responded and quickly provided me with an easy to apply snippet.
Add the following code to your functions.php file and save it. And the good thing is… you can use this on other Genesis Child themes.
You will also need to change two margins in your style.css file: Look for this and change the margin-bottom to 40px:
Then look for this and change the margin-bottom to 10px.
And that’s my tip for Tipsy Tuesday! Make it a great day, where ever you are in this world!