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  • Hi everyone.

    I’ve been trying to figure this out for the last 3 hours and it has me stumped.

    I’m using Journalized-sand, and I’m trying to replace the area in the middle, at the top where it says my blog name, with an image I created.

    Any ideas?

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  • haven’t posted in quite awhile, so hopefully I can put the code to show up correctly.

    <div id="headerblock">

    <h1 id="header"><a href="">/life/reviewed/</a></h1>
    <p class="centerP"></p>
    </div> <!-- headerblock -->

    Replace the href with your url with something like this:

    `<A HREF=”#TOC”><IMG SRC=”redball.gif” ALT=”*”></A>’

    Should work pretty easily. You’ll make the code change in your “header.php” file and then upload your new header.php and the image file to your server.

    Another option is to define a background image in your CSS, either for the entire header, or set a smaller div within the header (if, for instance, you also have a nav bar).


    For tons of great info.

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