This question was answered in another post, but they just gave the code–didn’t tell me where to put it. And I’m not html/php smart enough to figure it out! (I tried replying to the topic, but I think since it was marked as resolved, no one responded.)
I have an image for my header and my title/description is in the image. My blog title and description are set to display:none in the css. This issue is addressed in one of the docs but it doesn’t work for the Tiga theme.
Someone answered this same question by telling them to do this:
“Why could you not just link the header image? You know, remove it as a background in your CSS file, and just link to it straight up in your HTML?
<a href="#"><img src="header_image_here.jpg"></a>
My problem is, I don’t know where to put that code. My site is lollymom.com
And my header code is here: http://wordpress.pastebin.ca/249888
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