I have the logo and site description set the way I want but it's not a link to the home page. How can I do this and still keep the site description tagline as live text?
Seems like it should easily done
Try this and see if it works for you - http://www.studiopress.com/forums/topic/where-to-add-the-header-image-hyperlink/.
Thanks but that post was quite incoherent. I got nothing from it.
I've done this by placing the image code in Genesis Simple Hooks (header hook) and linked it there. <a href="your-url-here"><img src="your-image-url-here"></a> Hope that helps!
Thanks, I did what you suggested but no dice.
Here's what I added:
<a href=”http://client-mockups.venturi-web-design.com/arborscape/”><img src=”http://client-mockups.venturi-web-design.com/arborscape/wp-content/themes/education/images/green/logo.jpg”/></a>
I even tried adding the closing img "/" you didn't include in your example.
Thanks, there werent' extra quotes... just the wrong kinds. Had a mix of curly quotes and straight. Regardless, it's still not the desired result. How am I going to get the site description above the logo like it's supposed to be?
I finally got this working but it seems like an awful lot of trouble to do something seemingly common... upload your log0 and use the site description. Pretty common stuff.
I ended up not using the "site description for the tagline. I unchecked that in the header section of the admin panel. I then addited my tagline (site description to that div and styled it. Here's the code that I put in the simple hooks header section to do that:
<a href="http://client-mockups.venturi-web-design.com/arborscape/"><img src="http://client-mockups.venturi-web-design.com/arborscape/wp-content/themes/education/images/green/logo.jpg"/> </a>
<div id="tagline">Landscaping / Tree Service - Chappaqua NY, Bedford, Armonk & More...</div>
Not happy at all with this solution.
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