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  • mojorob

    (@mojorob)

    Have you tried taking this out of the appropriate file (possibly header.php)

    <div id="rotating">
    <img src="http://www.harrisonmitchell.com/wp-content/themes/primepress/rotating.php?image=7" width="920" height="230" alt="Harrison Mitchell Rotating Header Image" title="Harrison Mitchell Random Header Image" />
    </div>

    It would probably look slightly different in the header.php file, but basically the div with an id of “rotating”.

    jh7m

    (@jh7m)

    Thanks for getting back to me mojorob.

    I made this change – it was in the header-images.php – but it removed the header for the entire blog, including the other pages. What I am after is a method of doing this ONLY for the photography page…

    jh7m

    (@jh7m)

    I wonder if there is a method of removing the application of a certain div tag?

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