Support » Themes and Templates » How can I remove the space above the header image? (Twenty Eleven)

  • The title pretty much describes what I’m trying to do. I am familiar with making changes using the editor.

    I am trying to get that whole white space removed in order to bring the header image to the top.

    helirealtors dot com

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  • Make sure to save your code in a text editor before you edit it.
    Find this section of code in header.php:

    [code moderated – please use the pastebin]

    Once you find it, you will notice that what I have and what you have are different, in a way. Delete the parts of your code until it matches what I have. Remember to be in the right section. Once you find this code, edit it until it matches what I have. Once you do that, the white space will be gone. You will not have to edit that much. Just make sure the codes match and Bingo! It is worth it!

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    I think I got it. Thank you so much for your help! If you see anything wrong, please let me know.

    Great job!

    I actually removed it for now but it is a nice touch.

    Sorry to be a pest but how would I make that first blog post not look like a blog post (ie remove comment, date etc..).

    I’ve been using WP for a long time with my site angryweb dot net but I never had to make it NOT look like a blog.

    You have been a great help munny!

    What you need to do is copy all the content from the post and paste it into a page. Name the page “Home”. Go to “Reading” under “Settings” and change the Front Page Static Page to your new page that you just created (Home). This should do the trick.



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    don’t neglect to use the forum search, as these questions have been asked and answered before (after all – you are working with the latest default theme) – and don’t forget to work with a child theme instead of editing the default Twenty Eleven directly.

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