Support » Theme: Oxygen » Using both image header and text header

  • jordanlwheeler

    (@jordanlwheeler)


    I’d like to have a graphic logo (a 100×100 square) to the left of my text header.
    In Oxygen theme options, choosing a graphic header will hide the text header. I want to use both. It should look like this, with the (LOGO) being the square graphic, and the following title being as text (for SEO):

    [LOGO] JORDAN L WHEELER

    How can I do this? Is it best to modify the CSS, or the header.php?

    Thank you greatly for your help

    PS: the site is http://www.jordanlwheeler.com/blog

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  • jordanlwheeler

    (@jordanlwheeler)

    Surely there is a way to do this, can anyone advise please?

    batharoy

    (@batharoy)

    This will need a header.php edit. Make sure you use a child theme so it’s not overwritten during a theme upgrade.

    <div id="custom-logo"><a href="<?php echo esc_url( home_url( '/' ) ); ?>" rel="home"><img src="LINK TO LOGO" alt=""/></a></div>

    You can then style and place with css.

    jordanlwheeler

    (@jordanlwheeler)

    Thank you batharoy! I’m not familiar with using child themes, so I’ll have to learn that.
    Once I’ve learned that, I’ll have to learn about placing this with CSS.

    ramneek123

    (@ramneek123)

    hi, following is an excellent tutorial for same:
    http://www.woothemes.com/2013/10/wordpress-customization/

    I have the same problem, I have already created the child theme, but I am a beginner and I donĀ“t know how to do “This will need a header.php edit.”
    Do I have to create a new file?
    Thank you very much for your help

    Do I have to create a new file?

    You typically have to make a copy of the header.php file from the parent theme over into your child theme’s folder, then edit the copy.

    OK, I add that text on header part or on body part?

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