I am using WP 3.0 and have built a theme on the ET-Starter theme. I have not hacked any core files. The only files I’ve edited are the theme-specific functions.php, header.php and style.css.
I would like to change some of the text within the ‘custom-header.php’ file, but don’t want to edit that file. This is the text located within the _e(‘text’) containers. I am specifically wanting to change the text only on line 486 of that file.
The delivered code from lines 482 – 488 is as follows:
<?php if ( ! empty( $this->default_headers ) ) : ?>
<th scope=”row”><?php _e( ‘Default Images’ ); ?></th>
<p><?php _e( ‘NOTE: here is where I want to change the text: If you don‘t want to upload your own image, you can use one of these cool headers.‘ ) ?></p>
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