May be simple, but I can’t get it. I also use Simply Works Core and Akismet. I changed my logo by uploading a new one. Now a junky and embarrassing broken link image appears over my logo. I changed the URL of the “link” (clicking on logo always returns to homepage) and it still doesn’t work. Any help much appreciated. I’m not bad at this stuff but not as good as you young bucks!
On the admin options, I went to Appearance/Header/Select Image and just uploaded the image. But somewhere else in an editor there must be a link. I wouldn’t even mind having NO link that image. I just can’t find out to get it out.
Not knowingly. It could be part of the Simply Works template? Jason Huber, creator of that, tweeted me: “Looks like you have an incorrect path in the image setting and the alt tag text is showing.” Looks like it to me too–but don’t know how to fix.
Here’s a new summary:
Since I uploaded a new custom logo (which my theme has as an option) a link–and a broken link image–floats over the logo image. I want to remove this, which appears to be some type of markup in the header.
I use Simply Works Core and Akismet. I went into the Editor and removed this from the header:
That didn’t do it, but strangely, the broken link image was smaller.
It looks like I need to go into Appearance/Editor/Header, but I can’t figure out which line of HTML to cut. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Must be this one?
Line 44, Column 126: unclosed start-tag requires SHORTTAG YES
…=”http://chuckmall.com”><img src=”http://chuckmall.com/wp-content/” </div>
The construct <foo<bar> is valid in HTML (it is an example of the rather obscure “Shorttags” feature) but its use is not recommended. In most cases, this is a typo that you will want to fix. If you really want to use shorttags, be aware that they are not well implemented by browsers.