I just updated to Genesis 1.9.1 - As soon as I did, my custom header image no longer appeared. All was well until the upgrade.
I'm using a custom version (I only changed menu images) of the Tapestry theme.
Here's my URL:
Please help. Thanks much!
Go to Genesis > Settings. Scroll down to Header and select Image Logo.
Under "Genesis" there are only:
etc... but no "Settings."
Last night I went to Appearance > Header, and verified that my Header Image is still selected (and visible) there. However, it doesn't display on the website.
The problem still exists.
Theme Settings, sorry.
I appreciate your input, but there is no "Header" choice under "Theme Settings."
Like I said in my last response:
I went to Appearance > Header, and verified that my Header Image is still selected (and visible) there. However, it doesn’t display on the website.
I looked on the old forum. You should put in a support ticket and reference your issues as well as this link from the old forum - http://www.studiopress.com/support/showthread.php?t=120551. Do not worry if you are unable to log in to read it. Just reference it in your support ticket.
This all has to do with WordPress's new theme customizer, which overrides WordPress's older Appearance -> Header settings page.
Go to Appearance > Themes
Make sure the "Manage Themes" tab is selected.
Next to your current theme, click the "Customize" link.
Expand "Site Title & Tagline", and uncheck the "Display Header Text" box.
Lots of Genesis-related tutorials at TheHobbyBlogger.
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