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I asked this via the new support system, but was told to ask here instead (that was a waste of 24 hours... I'm not loving the new system)
How would one make Eleven40 use WordPress 3.4's core header uploader and make the header output responsive? (I need easy swapping of headers, so hard coding 1 header into the CSS isn't going to work).
For reference: http://codex.wordpress.org/Custom_Headers
I thought all I'd need to do is modify the theme_supports call with the new args:
<code>// Add support for custom header
$args = array(
'width' => 1140,
'height' => 170,
'flex-height' => true,
'flex-width' => true,
'header-text' => false,
'uploads' => true,
add_theme_support( 'genesis-custom-header', $args);
...but that's not working by itself so I'm guessing I need to replace the genesis header output function as well, anyone have code for that?
This isn't something easy to do with the built in system. I know, I tried. But I did end up with this plugin
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