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After updating to the new Genesis my site title was appearing imposed over the image that I had set up there.
I was able to remove the title from appearing by using Brian Gardner's code: http://www.briangardner.com/code/remove-header-elements/
Well, that removed the title text, but now I am unable to click on the header image as a link to the homepage.
Also, when viewing the site in mobile, the header widget is directly above the header image. I've been messing around with the CSS, but I can't seem to figure out how to fix it.
Any suggestions? Thanks in advance!http://johnnyfit.org/
Same issue here - there are two header images now and text showing in the header for both Streamline and Education themes upon upgrading to Genesis 2.0.
I have about 18 more sites to upgrade. I don't think I will do that until this issue is resolved!
I had a similar header issue that was solved by implementing the following. Try it but backup first.
I would suggest removing the custom header function from your functions.php file. (backup first however)
/** Add support for custom header */
add_theme_support( ‘genesis-custom-header’, array(
‘width’ => 1060,
‘height’ => 120
I have an identical issue to the one JohnnyFit reported. I'm using a responsive Education Theme. Like LuciO, I can't do any more upgrades until this is resolved.
Any solutions from StudioPress to this? Please?
IanP, I tried your recommendation on my Outreach Theme, unfortunately it didn't work for me.
Tried IanP recommendation on Streamline - it did not work.
I've done a few things that at least get it looking OK, but it's not 100%...
1st. I did remove the custom header function as IanP noted above, It was not being used anyway. Instead I have my header.png file uploaded through FTP straight to the theme image folder.
2nd. I removed the site title from appearing over my header image. I did not use Brian Gardner's function for this, because I'm not sure if that removes the SEO benefit. Instead I hid the title through CSS:
3rd. I used Nick the Geek's Responsive Header Plugin to make everything appear OK on mobile: http://designsbynickthegeek.com/plugins/genesis-responsive-header
Everything looks fine visually, however I am still unable to use the header image as a link to the homepage in either the full sight or mobile.
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