I am trying to change a hyperlink in site's logo (located in header section). Right now it points back to the site's home page (www.mysite.xyz), but I want it to point to http://www.mysite.xyz/another-page.html
Logo itself is logo.png file and I can confirm that I know the path to this file.
I read through the forums and toyed with Simple Hooks (Header section) as indicated below, but still no luck. This should be a relatively easy task, perhaps someone has a quick solution?
<a href=”http://www.mysite.xyz/another-page.html”><img src=”www.mysite.xyz/wp-content/themes/generate/images/logo.png”></a>
Thank you in advance!
Thanks for the feedback. Before I read it, I ended up adding the following to Header section of Simple Hooks:
<div id="header-image"> <a href="http://www.mysite.xyz/another-page.html" id="title-area" </a></div>
and that did what I wanted, too. I had to unhook
genesis_do_header() function from this hook.
My next mission is to employ area maps to split the logo into two different links, i.e. right side links to page #1, left side links to page #2. Hopefully it is possible.
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