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Static text/banner image before posts in "posts page"


 
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Old Jul 5, 2009, 05:44 PM
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6 posts · Jul 2009
Smile Static text/banner image before posts in "posts page"

Pardon me if this has already been asked, but I've been searching the forums since yesterday to no avail. I have the Wordpress reading settings option for a "posts page" enabled. It's currently showing a single post at a time on this designated page, and is working well with next/prev navigation for posts therein. The first thing displayed in this "posts page" is the first post's title. How can I add static text/images before the first/only post title that appears on this page?

TIA!
 

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