How to install a banner below Page Title in Eleven40

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    afinevo
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    Hey everyone!  How would I install a 728 x 90 banner below the page title for my site?  I have my site’s tag line in the page title otherwise I would just use that spot.  I would like to have the same borders style for separation between the page title border and the lower 3 columns.  Is it possible not to have it show on just the home page?  If that is too complicated I’m not that worried about it.

    This is my site <a href=http://allgaragefloors.com/>All Garage Floors</a>    For a heads up, I’m still learning CSS.

    Thanks in advance!

    #24133

    braddalton
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    Several ways to do this.

    You can install the Genesis Simple Hooks plugin and simply paste the HTML for your banner into one of the hook locations.

    Probably the genesis_after_header hook or something close to that.


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    #24193

    afinevo
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    I just tried that and it works for just sticking the banner in, but it doesn’t create any of the borders that I would like to have in order to give it a clean look.  I want to have a border above and below the add just like the border above and below the page title.  I have no idea on how to create these borders.

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    Anita
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    You can actually use Brian Gardner’s Welcome Widget Instructions which will give you an additional widget area with the lines you are looking for – http://www.briangardner.com/welcome-text-widget/.


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    #24222

    braddalton
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    Yes or you can add the border using the Advanced Image Settings when you insert the image into a post before grabbing the HTML and pasting into the hook field.


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