Best Answer Rob , 05 May 2013 - 05:31 PM
Wow, you do know how to challenge my skills! Compliments to you.
I've looked and I see that the core issue here is that the branding image isn't called by CSS, but by an old-fashioned HTML tag, which I'm sure isn't written that way in the code, since the image is uploaded via the Website Setup panel.
Here's the example of a site I found:
<div class="branding_wrap fix"> <a class="mainlogo-link" title="My Site" href="http://www.my-site.com/"> <img class="mainlogo-img" alt="My Site" src="http://www.my-site.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/my-site-branding.png"> </a>
There could be a hook created, but I'm still unclear how we'd establish the new branding on only one page. Even a hook, to my limited experience with them, would probably not work for a single page. If I may dare to suggest, doing this actually may hurt your search engine placemen, though that's only a personal observation.
This kind of customization, going well beyond a simple CSS call or a stylesheet modification, necessitates the services of a developer.
One may, if desired, FTP into the site, downloading from wp-content/themes/pagelines/sections/ the branding folder.
Then, installing the Base Theme, one may upload the branding folder to the wp-content/themes/pagelines-template-theme/sections (you need to create this folder). You may edit the section.php inside the wp-content/themes/pagelines-template-theme/sections/branding. In fairness, I'm working with this product now since 2011 and can't read any of the coding in that file. I have fingers crossed for you though.
I still recommend a pro from http://www.pagelines.com/prosGo to the full post