I have been on the forum for 2 hours now.
I have set up a ‘child theme’ – took a duplicate of Twenty Eleven in its entirety and put it in a renamed (new theme’s) folder. Changed the info on the .css file;
Theme Name: PSA K9 2011 Template:twentyeleven
Next, I took my two custom sized (790 X 348) .jpg header files (with their thumbnails) and uploaded them to the child theme’s directory in the images/headers folder.
Then I set out to figure how the PROPER way to do this.
I found this thread and worked from the top of this thread to the bottom… trying all the suggested methods (of editing a blank child functions.php file) and I keep getting this…
Fatal error: Call to undefined function twentyeleven_content_nav() in /home/aardvark/public_html/ratest3.com/wp-content/themes/PSAk92011/index.php on line 22
If I restore the child theme’s function.php to exactly what is in the parent, the error goes away… but then I’m back to “how do I change the header size?”.
Can someone point me in the direction to the actual correct way to change the header size (to something smaller in both height and width) in a twenty eleven child theme.
Thank you. http://ratest3.com/
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