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I am stepping in for someone and working with a site that I did not create. The site owners would like text added below the navigation menu on this site: http://dev.coyb.org/ (this is the test site). Ideally, the logo will be as high as the navigation menu and a two line text box. If you go to the site now, you will see black space under the menu, I can't figure out how to add a couple lines of text right there and format it.
I came across your response which is related to a question I have. Hopefully you're able to enlighten me; is it more proper to use custom code within a text widget or in a custom PHP function? Does it depend on what is trying to be accomplished? It seems its easier to maintain responsiveness within a text widget but anything with considerable code is easier to write within a custom PHP function. Can you share your thoughts...please?
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