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I submitted this question in an existing thread that is over a year old and decided to start a new one to ensure it would be viewed.
I am using the Enterprise Pro theme.
I modified the 404.php page wording which was easy because I simply added a couple of words.
I love the look of the default 404 page but have no PHP skillls to change it to my liking.
All I want to do is a add a small image to the page from my WP library.
I was hoping it was as simple as adding html code but the html code was ignored.
Is this an easy modification for me or do I need PHP skills to make this change?http://meazlesgolf.com/forums/
Thank you very much Brad Dalton for your prompt response. Although I am confident your suggestions would work, my brain does not work on that level (haha) as I have no measurable amount of knowledge with PHP.
FTR, I was able to resolve this problem to a 90% satisfaction level. I read a thread from another forum that suggest I use an "echo" tag and place my html code between the tags. This was an acceptable solution although it was a bit tacky for me.
I am grateful for the results but if I was able, I would have place my image a little higher on my page but again this worked to my liking.
The reason I said it was a bit tacky was because I had to use the html code for a space (and many of them) to center the image as it was left justified and the "align" html code was ignored.
Here is a page that do not exist so that you can see the results and I thank you again.
You could wrap your image in a div so you can then position it.
echo'<div class="your-class">Your HTML</div>';
Thanks again Brad 🙂
I tried that and variations of it but it just ignored the code.
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