I’m making a simple 2-page (for now) website for writing and photos. Love the crisp, clean look of this theme and its color customization.
As I understand it, I should be able to have a header (in my case a photo) on the front page, and not have a header on the second page, which is where my blog posts are going. I can’t seem to get that to work. All the pages I create, with the exception of portfolio layout pages, have a header on all the pages. I have adjusted the settings in the meta-box below the WYSIWYG editor, and republished the pages. Have deleted and re-made pages from scratch. Can’t seem to lose the header on the second page while keeping it on the front page. What gives???
Thanks for your assistance!
If you choose a particular type of header in the Theme Options panel, it will show on the blog posts page by default – otherwise it would not be possible to show any header there at all, due to the WordPress architecture. Here’s what you can do though: in the Theme Options panel, “Header” tab, choose the “Custom HTML” under the “Content of the custom header”, but do not remove the uploaded image under the “Header: static image” section there. Save the changes. Now go to the page where you want your photo header to display and choose the “Image” option from the “Custom Header” drop-down under the text area editor.
Bingo! Beautiful. muahahaha. I knew there would be a work around that would have something to do with order of operation, but don’t know enough about WP or CSS to know what would trump what. Thanks! :D