I just updated a site to Genesis 1.9 and to my surprise the site now shows the header text on the header image.
If I uncheck ‘Show header text with your image’ from Appearance>Header, and click Save, the page shows the box checked again. I am unable to uncheck it.
The site is http://cellphonesunlocked.org/ and uses the News child theme.
Go to Settings > General and remove your Title and Tagline and click save.
Thanks but I can’t have a site without title and tagline under General Settings obviously, I’d rather have the bug fixed with some code.
Didn’t do nothing thanks anyway Susan. This is a minor problem (still annoying, customer’s angry) but I have also another thread and even opened a ticket because of major problems with the Genesis loop in home.php. Really screwed up with this ‘upgrade’.
I had the same problem with Lifestyle, but when I went to Manage Themes>Customize>Site Title & Tagline I was able to uncheck the option.
Brilliant, it worked! Hopefully they will fix the problem with Genesis 1.9.2 so we can uncheck from Appearance>Header, as it should be.
Putting out buggy updates and having people fix them themselves is not a good way to run a business though. I will get tons of support emails from my customers because of this. Updating to 1.9 _checks_ ‘Show header text with your image’ even if previously unchecked!
Michael – thanks for checking back in and letting me know you had a solution – I will keep note of this for the next person who has the issue. I’ll close this thread as resolved – please start a new thread if you have more questions.
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