I’ve taken over a site which was created by someone else & is using the twenty eleven theme.
At the bottom of every page the site is trying to display an image which from the fact that it’s just an empty box with the good old red ‘x’ in the top left corner, suggests that the picture has not been uploaded in the right place or something along those lines, & that being as it is in every page, it must be part of the global template for the site & not something which just happens to have been uploaded each time a new page has been created (I’ve created new pages so know this isn’t the case). As it happens, we don’t want a picture there at all, but for the life of me I can’t find where it is to get rid of it! So it just looks very amateurish & unfinished having a blank box there.
When I right click & display properties I can see that its called ‘http://www.xxxxxxx.co.uk/uploads/2011/tfc-logo-low.jpg & then I look through the source code for the page I can see the following <img src=”/uploads/2011/tfc-logo-low.jpg” width=”728″ height=”179″>. However, I’ve looked in the Appearance & Settings pages but just can’t figure out where in the template software the image has been (incorrectly) put to remove it.
Thanks for any help someone can offer – I suspect it’s a very simple thing for people used to WordPress, I’ve just switched from MIACMS & it looks similar but a bit more friendly overall!
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