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This goes a little beyond what these forums are for - and is more along the lines of custom work. I can give you some pointers, but I don't have the time to write out all this code unfortunately.
I'd suggest maybe hiring someone to knock it out quick for you - it should only take an hour or so to complete.
But to point you in the right direction: You'll want to create a new widget area within the functions file, then call it under the nav, and above the header. Once that's done, using conditional tags you'll want to assign the images to their respected pages.
Hope that helps!
November 17, 2012 at 8:21 pm in reply to: Education Theme with Portfolio and No Primary Sidebar on Interior Pages #512
Unfortunately I don't have the time right now to type out all of the steps, but a great start would be to create a new widget area: http://my.studiopress.com/tutorials/register-widget-area/
And then call it under the nav. You'll do that using the functions file - I'll type up the exact code you need when I have some extra time (hopefully later today).
If you want to skip the functions file and try it yourself, you can try calling the widget area within the Simple Hooks Plugin.
I notice you have the images in two separate divs.. If possible, I'd suggest creating a main div, and then having both of them within it. for example:
Hope that helps!
1) I'll check this on IE when I have access to a PC, if no one has a chance to help before I can
2) Do you want the new widget area only on the home page, or on all pages? Either way, you'll want to create a new widget area and then call it in the appropriate location.
Looks to me like you want to pop that outside the content area, rather than have it display within the content div. There are several ways to do it, all of which are fine for your purposes. Let me know if you need further help and I'll try to put some code together for you when I have a minute.
I agree Gary. Although there are definitely some things mentioned in the article that I'd say to follow, this was more intended for some of the newer coders / people looking for general tips. But I'd definitely recommend following the PSR-2 Standards as well.
Thanks for pitching in :). I pulled this one from my "archives" so I guess it's a bit dated.I tweaked the code so it should work better now.
There's definitely a handful of ways to accomplish this, so keep in mind this is just one of many ways.