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Thanks for the reply. Yes. I tried both. The first placed it where it is now. The other is the original code from Brian Gardner for the welcome text which I also tried and that places the code below the nav bar inside the inner.
March 21, 2013 at 10:26 pm in reply to: Header background image, Overlay Logo On Top of Nav Bar & Split Nav Bar Items #30372
Ok… I did a “quick fix” for it without making a widgeted area.
BUT, I’d really like to do it properly so I’m going to keep this open in hopes someone figures it out.
the site I have it on is njdigitalmoms.comMarch 21, 2013 at 3:06 pm in reply to: Header background image, Overlay Logo On Top of Nav Bar & Split Nav Bar Items #30273
Ok. I got the logo to overlay the nav bar finally… without adding the extra widgets.
But, I can’t seem to get the menu items to shift over so they’re not covered by the logo….March 20, 2013 at 2:22 pm in reply to: Header background image, Overlay Logo On Top of Nav Bar & Split Nav Bar Items #29791
Hey Susan. You were right. The cache finally refreshed. I can see the new lines this morning. Thanks.
Love the call out action on the top right header with the arrows.
Not sure if you figured it out, but you need to insert the code into your functions.php file of your child theme. Just make sure when you copy and paste, you watch out to copy and paste only the code and not the line numbers.
Awesome!!! Thank you David!!!
My client decided to just leave the banner in the wp-cycle area since it’s displaying properly.
will just leave it as is. I’ll find something to populate the fourth featured area.
Thank you everyone!
I’ve decided to move forward with a different theme so please disregard this topic thread.
Also, since it wasn’t loading properly, I decided to try installing it on my old host. I uninstalled WordPress and reinstalled it. Then uploaded the themes and activated them. Did the set up as I did on the new host. Results were the same.
Note, I figured out the primary navigation issue. Just being stupid there on my part.
No, I just don’t have anything to put into them right now.
Basically, I want it do to what the minimum theme the footer widgets do. In the minimum theme they do not display unless they are in use, so I utilized that code and it Does work. The footer widgets only show now when there’s content in them, but do not display properly. Instead of displaying as three columns with CSS properties it shows up as one column and a plain area without a background.
Or just basically add an widget area onto the home page that allows for featured blog posts to look like the ones on the scribble home page. It doesn’t need to be in the shaded subscribe area as I might need to use that area in the future for the subscribe button again.