Hi. Thank you. The broken link happened because I didn't link the path of the image correctly.
Ok. I'm trying to avoid using the onclick solution because I'm not sure if the search spider can read it.
So, I'm using the first suggestion in the codex. I've uploaded a new image and placed it in the directory where the kubrick jpg is. I've made the change in the header here:
directory'); ?>/ images/kubrickheader.jpg")
and put my image name where kubrickheader is
I've gotten rid of the h1 and the description tags. I'm just wanting to link the header to the absolute url. So I'm using this code:
< div id="header"> < a href="<?php echo get_settings('home'); ?>"> < div id="headerimg">< /div> < /a> < /div>
when I do this however, I can see the header is hotlinked via the browser however the mouse pointer doesnt activate into a pointer over the image.
I would like that to happen so I'm trying to find a way. I've tried "hard coding it" but I'm not sure exactly how to put the code.