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Header and wrap

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  • #8143
    dandeigan
    Participant

    Hello Jason, I have a question my friend. I am now just redoing the entire site to eliminate the other developers reworking of all the CSS. Now I do have a question this png has a wrapper that I would love to have the wrapper like this http://i41.tinypic.com/2zrnmf7.png instead of like this http://test.littleconversationstoday.com/

    I look forward to your reply Jason

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  • #8148
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    In your homepage layout and within the column elements, you guys have setup everything with custom DIVs and inline styles. So you need to dig into that layout from the Builder of your WP Admin, and go through everything that’s been embedded there.

    #8180
    dandeigan
    Participant

    Hello Jason, I am just starting from scratch. the image that I shared with you is an image as t how my client would like it to look like. I do not want to mess with the original coding like the gentleman before me did, hence the reason I am asking you your advise before i do anything. The http://test. link I sent is the link to the new version I am starting to work on and I want to ensure that these changes or anything I do does not make code delinquent in any way.

    As of today I have pretty much built the other pages minus adding the blog. Once I add the blog and use the shortcode you advised in an earlier post about the floating widget. I will be done and ready to transfer the site over. So all that remains is if it is possible to curve the header like the image in the above post.

    Looking forward to hearing from you my friend.

    Joy!

    Dan

    #8187
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    From Appearance > Background, you can upload any background you want for the site. So, this one approach you could take in uploading your custom header image.

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