I am trying to create a different header image for certain (not all) static pages on my site, Penelope Room.
As in, when viewing Scott's Room, Scott would like to use the image cudgel.jpg instead of the usual morning.jpg as a header image.
I'm using the theme: Greenbay V2 by DL2 Media and in it the header seems to be what you see above the header image. And what I'm calling the header image is called the background image in the stylesheet:
border-top:1px solid #A19585;
border-bottom:1px solid #A19585;
The theme does not use page.php but it does have a header.php. Although in the header.php, there is code for the section above the image and this for the image:
<div id="topheader" style="width: 750px; height: 66px">
<?php bloginfo('name'); ?>
<div style="float: right; padding-right: 5px;"><?php bloginfo('description'); ?>
<div id="header" onclick="location.href='http://peneloperoom.com/';" style="cursor: pointer;"></div>
I've gone through what seems like a hundred ways to have different headers for specific pages, but those aren't working for me (although, I'm more than ready to assume it's a user problem).
Any suggestions? Is there more information I can give? I'm hoping for the least messy way possible, but I'm up for trying anything. Thank you!