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    (@haiiro)


    Howdy! This seemed like it would be easy, but I’ve tried a variety of code snippets from these forums without any luck.

    My site is set up to display a static front page, with the blog portion appearing on /blog. I want the blog to have a different header, and I’ve been trying to accomplish this with PHP and the is_page function.

    Here’s my latest non-working iteration:

    <?php if(is_page('Blog')){
    echo 'BLOG HEADER';}
    else{
    echo 'MAIN HEADER';}?>

    I’m no PHP expert (nor a WP expert!), so I don’t know how else to skin this cat. Thanks in advance for any help you can provide!

    EDIT: Forgot to add that BLOG HEADER and MAIN HEADER are, of course, the location of the appropriate header images.

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