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  • #5546

    I would like to upload an image into the Header Ad area. When I try to paste in the URL link, it just appears as boxed text on the home page. What do I do? Also, can I make it larger that the recommended 468 x 60?

    #50807

    Hey,

    1) The banner just displays html code – so i.e. if you’d like to insert a clickable banner use:

    <a href='http://google.com/'><img src='http://dummyimage.com/468x60/333/fff.jpg'></a>

    and instead of http://google.com use your target url and insert your image url instead of the “dummyimage code”.

    2) Add following code to css/custom.css:

    .paim_framed {
    height: 58px;
    line-height: 58px;
    width: 466px;
    }

    and adjust all 3 values (basically 2x 58px, and 466px) to your required images size).

    #50808

    Sorry to be so dumb… So in the code above, instead of google.com – I put in mywebsite.com. And instead of dummyimage.com – I put in the URL of the image from media uploads. If this is correct, it still did not work?

    #50809

    You need to replace: http://eatineatout.ca/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Header-ad.jpg/468×60/333/fff.jpg with a custom image url (i.e. banner image, etc. This file: http://eatineatout.ca/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Header-ad.jpg/468×60/333/fff.jpg doesn’t exist and won’t display :)

    #50810

    Just one more question. I want this image to link to a sign-up list form. I have the HTML for that link. How do I add it to the above HTML for the image?

    #50811

    Hey,

    to link an image you would do the following

    <a href="LINK TO WHERE YOU WANT TO GO"><img src="LINK TO EXISTING IMAGE" /></a>

    keep the quotes.

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