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greyzed logo instead of title

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  • 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

    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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