News Theme – Combine Header Image Into Spirit

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    I have an image spirit that contains several images – one of which is the header.

    Below is basically what I need to do – replace line 2 below with lines 3 and 4, but it seems like the logo.png file is inline CSS since I can’t find it in the style.css file.  How can I track down the inline CSS and modify it with the black bold code below?

    1.  #header {
    2.  background-image: url("");
    3.  background-image: url(images/dsnspirit.png);
    4.  background-position: -10px -10px;
    5.  }


    Robert Neu

    It looks like you’re using the custom header image. Go to the Appearance -> Header menu and remove it.

    Once you’re removed the custom header image, you can then update your style.css file withe the code you’ve written above. Just delete line 2. and you should be good to go.

    Here’s a post about editing the custom header image if you want to check it out:

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    Scott Buehler

    You entered your header image in genesis (which is fine). If you want to customize your header in CSS, you need to modify #title area in your CSS file under the /* Header section.


    Hope this helps you until an official answer comes in. BTW, it’s not a “spirit” it is a sprite

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