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  • jamesduffell

    (@jamesduffell)

    Without looking at the code the easiest way would be to open up the header.php file and locate where it pulls in the site title, there’s a strong chance it’s within a H1 tag. If it hasn’t got a unique id / class which you can reference using CSS give it one.

    Then within the CSS simply define the tag, apply a large text negative text-indent and set a background to reference the logo you wish to use, you should also set the width and height properties to prevent the logo from being clipped.

    Hope this helps
    ^JD

    ikeveles

    (@ikeveles)

    Thanks for the reply but I already solved this.

    I just replaced the code in the header.php where name and description are with an image. But when did that, the RSS text went up 100+ pixels, so I put a transparent image that’s 100+ pixels larger so that the text would go where it should and I put the logo on the theme background, so now it all seems like I’m using a image logo and it’s clickable

    Here is the blog: http://blogical.info

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