Adding Default Header in Child Theme

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    My test site is currently at . I’m trying to set up the theme so that, when installed, the header I have in the images folder is used as the default header. At the same time, I want the Site Title to be displayed over the top of the header.

    I currently have this in my functions.php – `<?php
    /** * Theme Setup
    * This setup function attaches all of the site-wide functions
    * to the correct actions and filters. All the functions themselves
    * are defined below this setup function.
    * */

    add_action('genesis_setup','child_theme_setup', 15); function child_theme_setup() { }

    add_theme_support( 'genesis-custom-header', array(
    'width' => 1152,
    'height' => 160
    ) );`

    I currently have to go in and manually add the header image from within wp-admin. How do I assign a default header while still allowing the site name to layer over the top of it?

    • This topic was modified 1 year ago by  josiahmann.
    • This topic was modified 1 year ago by  josiahmann.

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    As you posted this a while back, I hope that you were able to get this issue resolved.

    My first thought is to have a header as a background, so that the theme’s text title will still show.

    Susan @ Graphically Designing I’d love to customize your website! I tweet!
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