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December 8, 2013 at 6:53 pm #157960
Trying to fine tune a site prior to launching it, it’s currently on a temp domain server. Visit this page and see comic guy with mustache next to “useful links” widget? He appears on all pages throughout, and I am trying to delete that specific header. I review it in Firebug and see it’s location in “style.css”. I want to be certain that’s where this actually is located. Or, is it a php file? And if it is a php file, Do I navigate to APPEARANCE>EDITOR>(and then where?)December 8, 2013 at 7:50 pm #157970
Thanks John. Can you also click this page and you will see that same image appears throughout the site. So I am trying to understand as to what specific page I’d navigate to omit/hide/delete that header entirely from the site. Do I navigate to “style.css” to achieve this, and if so, what actual complete line of code do I eliminate? Or, is it located in the theme? I have a “custom theme” and originally developed from the 2012 theme…..so am in a conumdrum of sorts.
PS: when I added this code:
in “style.css” it also caused all of my other images (like those in the current tag cloud) to get deleted off the site….so I took them out. Once I did, voila….that mustached man appeared again ARRRGGHDecember 8, 2013 at 8:40 pm #157974__Participant
I am trying to understand as to what specific page I’d navigate to omit/hide/delete that header entirely from the site.
Why not simply remove the heading? Or, if you want to keep the heading but not the background image, remove the classnames (
entry-title)?December 11, 2013 at 8:58 am #158179
You r input John and Traq is invaluable. I was a straight HTML wysiwyg person for over a decade until I began restructuring my old Frontpage2002-built site, using WordPress. As I got into WP further, I began to learn the inner functionality and now getting more and more accustomed to CSS and style.css in general….your tips on how finding that page id and assigning a function to it is interesting….so a learning experience. THANK YOU. I appreciate your help and insight.
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