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  • just replace the piece of code that displays the blog name and description in ur header.php file with this :

    <a href="<?php echo get_option('home'); ?>/"><img src="[image url]"  alt="<?php bloginfo('description'); ?>" /></a>

    that file would be in the css? sorry i’m new at this

    no just check for this code in ur header.php file

    <h1><a href="<?php echo get_option('home'); ?>/"><?php bloginfo('name'); ?></a></h1>

    and replace it with the above piece of code…..

    ok thank you so much!

    I’m sorry I’ve been trying everything i could think of and I still can’t figure this out. I found and edited the header.php file and replaced the original code with the new suggested code. The original code looks like what Sanjaymenon said to look for except the code says settings instead of option and did not have a ‘</h1>’ at the end of it.

    I’ve tried to replace the word option with settings and I put the image url in the “[image url]” space. Can someone please help me out? Thank you so much!

    Please help if anyone has any idea. When I edit the header.php file and enter a url into the image url space, this comes up at the l=top left-hand corner instead of a picture:

    This is how it looked before I edited the code:

    I would like to turn the HoopAngle text into a spot for me to put an image if anyone can help me with this.

    you were pretty close:
    just delete the [ ] brackets around your image url, and add a height=”100″ or similar to the img.

    		<a href=""><img src=""  alt="The Lakers should share their trophy with us" height="100"  /></a>
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