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Can I put my header banner in the logo area and make the header area transparent?


 
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Old Jan 17, 2011, 07:22 PM
jstein
 
95 posts · Sep 2010
Can I put my header banner in the logo area and make the header area transparent?

Id' like to be able to create a band of space between the header and the body of the page. Can I do this by putting my header image in the logo area and adding %logo in the Config Header Area, and then somehow making the space where the header normally would be transparent (and narrower) so that the installed background shows through?

The idea is to get the header to appear as though it is floating separately from the rest of the body.

In a similar vein, can I do the same thing with the main horizontal menu so it looks something like this: http://www.living-sober.co.uk/

Thanks for your support!
 

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