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  • Theme Author Takimi Themes


    Dear Aliwil

    in order to have the header image enabled to all pages and posts and everywhere you can do the following:

    Browse the theme – directory and find the folder “theme-includes”. Inside this folder you should find the file :header-image-area.php. Open this file in an editor and remove the “is_home() &&” from the first line. This way you can have the header showing up on all pages 🙂

    <?php if(get_header_image() != ''):?>

    Hi Takimi,

    Thanks for replying 🙂 I did see this somewhere else on this forum & tried it, but it didn’t work. I’m also having the same issue on another WP site I have, using the Twenty Fifteen theme? ie I don’t want the header image on every page, just the front page?

    If I go to Appearance >> Header image >> and add it there, it works fine ONLY if I leave the Home page as a ‘display all posts’ ie blog page. As soon as I use the option to turn it into a ‘static page’, the header … poof … just disappears??

    Any ideas?
    Many thanks in advance 🙂


    Site 1

    Site 2

    Theme Author Takimi Themes


    You could try using

      if(get_header_image() != ''):

    Great thanks – will try that. Sorry, been away now playing catch up.

    Another Q please. I’m using the right hand side bar for pics. How do I get this to change ie different pics show up in this sidebar for every page? This is for Site 1 above 🙂

    Thanks again in advance,

    Theme Author Takimi Themes


    Dear AliWil I think that there are some plugins that will help you with changing the images in the sidebar area. The are also plugins that you can have different sidebar per page.

    Great – thanks so much Takimi – will give that a go 🙂

    Hi there, I am having the same issue pretty much as AliWil, for a while, the header img was visible off of static homepage mode and now it does not appear at all.

    I couldn’t find the “theme-includes” folder but I did try to remove “<?php if(is_home() && get_header_image() != ”):?>” from the “Header-image-area.php” folder but it appeared as a syntax error.

    If you could assist me with this Takimi i’d be very grateful.


    my site

    Theme Author Takimi Themes


    Dear LeeDavies,
    you can try to remove the code however if you have removed the
    <?php if(is_home() && get_header_image() != ''):?>

    you should also remove the

    endif; that accompanies the if above.

    Hi Takimi

    Thanks! It worked 🙂

    Thanks V much for your help, it’s a great theme too.

    Best regards,


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