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  • Hi Leigh,
    yes, the logo shows in every page. If you want it to only be displayed in the home page without creating a Child Theme, you have to play around with the CSS.

    Be careful though: to ensure a correct behavior both on desktop and in mobile devices the logo markup is repeated twice. The section with id logo-sidebar is displayed on desktops, while that with id logo is displayed on mobile devices.

    If you want to address this issue with a Child Theme, the logo section markup is handled by the melany_logo() function in inc/template-tags.php. Just create a function with the same name in your Child Theme and it will be used instead of this one.

    Thanks for the info.

    I think the child theme setup sounds the best solution. It is starting to go beond my knowledge though when you mention creating a new function. Ideally a logo for the home page and then a function that has no function would be perfect for the rest of the pages. I dont really need anything at all for this area.

    Would you mind suggesting some way if approaching this with the child theme approach you suggested.

    Many Thanks

    Leigh

    With a Child Theme you can override the melany_logo() function to display it only in the front page.
    This is very simple to achieve: just copy the content of the function melany_logo() you find in inc/template-functions.php and wrap its content in a conditional statement checking if the current page is the blog index page, like this:

    function melany_logo( $id ) {
      if ( is_home() ) {
        ... // the original melany_logo() function content
      }
    }

    If you want to use a static page as home page, replace is_home() with is_front_page() in the if statement.

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