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Editing Custom Header

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  • If you can define more precisely what the “text from my custom header” is… we might be able to help you.
    Do you mean your name displayed there in white font?
    Do you want to change the text itself or the look of the text?
    Give as much details as you can and somebody will come up with the solution.

    Thanks ,, I’ll be more specific

    My name displayed John Piercy ( white font )
    is what i would like to remove.

    I intend to rotate different images into the header on a regular basis .

    I appreciate the help

    JP

    The best way to do it: open your stylesheet and find the reference to h1 and add to it:
    display: none;

    Please note: if that text is part of the image then the above doesn’t work.
    Note #2. You can have rotating images AND the blog title, too.

    thanks for your assistance

    JP

    he reference to h1 and add to it:
    display: none;
    ——–
    that worked perfectly

    JP 🙂

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