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I am working on a site, and I would like to have a different site tagline on each page. How can i achieve that?
For example on this page, the tagline is "Big Brand Marketing for Small Businesses Budgets"
I would like the ability to have a different headline on this page.
I can probably do this by stripping out the function that inserts the site-tagline, then manually adding it via HTML, but I suspect there is a better way to do this.http://intertwinemarketing.com/brand-development/
This might be another option for you to display different content of each page, Carriedil has a great tutorial http://www.carriedils.com/add-widget-area-below-nav/ You can also do it by asigning a different widget for each page. I also use this method for my blog.
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Best way to do this is to use a custom field if you want a unique tagline on every page and/or post. A widget won't enable you to do this.
Otherwise you can add a widget area there which i have already written about http://wpsites.net/web-design/replace-minimum-pro-tagline-with-widget-areas/
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