I’ve gotten so much help on this forum. Thanks to everyone.
Here’s my latest issue: I want to make the image in my header clickable, as in linkable to my home page or to a different page on site. But I don’t want to make the entire jpeg clickable, only part of it. I think this is called a “hot spot” and I’ve been able to do that in Dreamweaer html, but have no idea how to add that to WordPress.
I’d actually like to make two different hot spots on the same jpg to send visitors to different locations, depending on the page.
Can anyone help with this? Do I need to add something to the CSS file? What do I add, and where? My site is: http://livinginstereo.com
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