Hi all…Thanks in advance for your advice on this.
I’m setting up a Multisite network and need to customize the header logo for each site. Unfortunately, although the theme I’m using has many theme options built in, the logo is not one of them, and is hardcoded into the header.php file.
“Double unfortunately,” I need to use this theme (http://www.elegantthemes.com/gallery/myresume/) since it’s the only résumé WP theme I know of. There’s no option to switch to another theme.
My first thought is to hack the theme options and add the logo as an option. I’m trying to figure this out, but honestly it’s over my head.
Some advice? Is going further down this path the best option, or is there another technique those who have run into the same issue have used?
FYI…this is the code from the header.php file. The avatar code has an option in the theme, the following logo code does not.
‘<img class=”avatar” alt=”Nick Roach” src=”<?php bloginfo(‘template_directory’); ?>/timthumb.php?src=<?php echo(get_option(‘myresume_avatar’)) ?>&h=79&w=79&zc=1″ />
<img class=”logo” src=”<?php bloginfo(‘template_directory’); ?>/images/logo.gif” alt=”Nick Roach” />’
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