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  • #25636

    One more question:

    My website is MuseumoftheHorseSoldier.com and I’m curious as to whether I can replace the header text on my pages with a banner instead, while maintaining my ability to have my left hand sidebars.

    I tried using the Template Builder to create the layout that I desire, but any full-width banner nixes the possibility of a left sidebar.

    Is there any way to have a full-width banner in the content area right below my main nav menu, and force my left sidebars right below it?

    Thanks again.

    #127660

    Hi ajarkovsky,

    The only thing I can think of would be to add the banner as a background image to your title container class using the page id to limit the css to each page.

    Eg, for this page: http://museumofthehorsesoldier.com/about-us/

    #top.page-id-26 .title_container {
    background: url(http://museumofthehorsesoldier.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Logo-Phone-Graphic-w-Tagline.png) top center;
    }

    Where I’ve just just used the image url for your banner and placed it as the background aligned to the top center of the div. http://en.support.wordpress.com/pages/#how-to-find-the-page-id

    Regards,

    Devin

    #127661

    Any chance there’s a way to get the area to auto-size to the height of my banners?

    Thanks so much – you’ve been a great help.

    #127662

    No, with using a background image you need to set the height of the div manually. It otherwise has no idea how tall the background image is so there isn’t a way to set it automatically.

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