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[Resolved] Header image mapping- Frontier theme

  • Hi,
    I have a short code to image map my header. I was wondering if anyone knows with which section in the HTML do I switch it?
    Thanks

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  • Theme Author ronangelo
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    @ronangelo

    You could add shortcodes on a PHP Widget then place that on the header widget area.

    Thanks so much for your reply!
    Would it be possible for you to tell me where I find the header widget area? I’m no expert, but I learn fast.

    Sorry, found it…

    Ok, got it!
    A new problem has now arisen: The header image suddenly sticks out to the right a bit, and the the header height had increased, which means there’s a white “frame” on the top and bottom of the header.
    Any ideas?
    (this is the code)

    <img src=”http://guideforisrael.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/cropped-guide4israellogo.jpg” width=”820″ border=”0″ usemap=”#imap_95″ >
    <map id=”imap_95″ name=”imap_95″ >
    <area shape=”rect” coords=”20,15,802,119″ alt=”Who Are We?” title=”Who Are We?” href=”http://guideforisrael.com/ari-yuval”>
    </map>

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