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  • #42231
    ClassOnTap
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    I am trying to add an image into the header area of my website http://www.classontap.com. The image is a circle that will be centered right where the “( CLASS ON TAP )” text is. How do I go about putting this image in the header? There is no easy way to do it through this theme. I must critique the CSS. Any help is greatly appreciated.

    #122224
    frijolito56
    Member

    Questions

    1: Can you give a link to the picture you are talking about?

    2:What is the name of the theme?

    #122227
    frijolito56
    Member

    Do you want something like this?

    #122234
    ClassOnTap
    Member

    Frijolito56 – Yes! That is exactly what I need! I want that image with the “( CLASS ON TAP )” omitted. How do I do that?

    Thanks.

    #120871
    frijolito56
    Member

    I added a

    img

    tag inside a

    h1

    tag with a vcard author class in it.

    Here is how it looks like

    ( CLASS ON TAP )


    Here is how I edited I highlighted what I added.

    #122299
    ClassOnTap
    Member

    How would I put this in the CSS? Here is the current h1 code:

    h1{
    margin: 10px 0 20px;
    font-size: 3.3em;
    font-weight: normal;
    text-transform: uppercase;
    letter-spacing: .05em;
    word-spacing: .2em;
    }

    h1 a:link,
    h1 a:visited{
    color: #000;
    }

    h1 a:active{
    color: #000;
    text-decoration: underline;
    }

    This is the image I want to use: http://classontap.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/Class_Logo_A.jpg

    This is very helpful. Thanks again!

    #122303
    ClassOnTap
    Member

    Perfect! Now, how do I make this thing a link so my viewers can click on the image and revert back to the home page?

    #122305
    ClassOnTap
    Member

    Thank you so much. I am not saying this rhetorically, that is _exactly_ what I wanted!

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