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  • Hi there.

    I need to put out a message about our organisations approach to the Coronavirus spread.

    I have created a page with the statement and would like to place a page link on the Homepage linking to the statement. Logical place would be on the info bar that currently says “Helping you to be a safer rider or driver” . Is it possible to change this text to a page link elsewhere on the site ?

    Thank you, and thanks as always for a great product.


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  • Hi
    Thanks for contacting to us.
    To link text below the banner, the picture follows the given below instruction.

    1 Find the index-slider-two.php file and find the below line of code on line no 38.

    <section class="header-title"><h2><?php echo esc_html($current_options['slider_head_title']); ?> </h2></section>

    2 Replace it with the below line of code.
    <section class="header-title"><h2> <a href="enter_your_link_here"><?php echo esc_html($current_options['slider_head_title']); ?> </a></h2></section>

    Change href link value as your need.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 10 months ago by Akhlesh Nagar.
    Thread Starter zimmer46


    That works perfectly.
    I deleted line 38 and replaced it. However, is there a way to force php to just ignore a line of code rather than delete it ? I have tried // and # but they didn’t work.

    Thanks again for your help. Great support as always.


    If you want to comment out old 38 line code.
    Use comments line like in below formate.
    <!–<section class=”header-title”><h2> <?php //echo esc_html($current_options[‘slider_head_title’]); ?> </h2></section>–>

    Let me know for any confusion.


    Thread Starter zimmer46


    All part of my education.

    Thank you.


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