Thanks for writing in! To make any adjustments to your theme, you will first need to setup a child theme. Once you have that in place, you'll need to look into overwriting the appropriate view in your child theme to add the tagline where you want (we have an extensive article on this in our Knowledge Base that you will want to check out regarding further customizations you may wish to make).
For this particular instance, you will likely want to be making some updates to the
_navbar.php view. You can find views in a couple places depending on what you're working on:
/framework/views/ – This is the first place you will want to look when wanting to overwrite anything in a child theme. Most all views are kept here in the theme.
/framework/legacy/*/ – The legacy directory is used as a place to store functionality and templates that are still in use for X, but are substituted out at times if converting to Pro down the road. The
* symbol represents any number of folders you may have to look into to find a
/views/ directory within.
When you have found the view you want to update, you need to copy it over to your child theme into a
/framework/ directory, and then copy the exact path starting with
/views/. So, even though the view we're wanting to update is in the
/legacy/ directory, we will still place it in the following path in our child theme:
This is because the
_navbar.php view we want to overwrite can currently be found at
/framework/legacy/cranium/headers/views/global/_navbar.php, so we essentially omit the
/legacy/cranium/headers/ part in the middle. X's view system will dynammically know how to handle this content as long as you always copy the correct path starting with
Once that file is copied over to the path mentioned above in your child theme, X will now load that version instead of our core theme version. You are now safe to make any edits you wish to your child theme version and place content where you need.
Please keep in mind that the headers in X are quite dynamic and change greatly depending on the options you select. Because of this, we do not recommend making large adjustments to this area, and cannot assist with extensive CSS updates to this area. Making updates to this area must be done on your own and we cannot assist in the troubleshooting of any issues that arise from customizations made to this portion of the theme (similarly with your social icons, we cannot assist directly, but some custom CSS in your child theme should help you be able to position them as needed).
You should have enough information to get you going in the right direction now. Thanks for writing in, and don't forget to check out the Knowledge Base for more in depth information on all of these subjects. Cheers!