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White House - Pics below the Header

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How can I display pics between the header bar and the title. Using a page and the standard template.

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Can you clarify a little more? its hard to understand what you want from your question.

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Hello, what I want is to display some small pictures below the blue menu bar and above the article title. Just like the content sidebar below I need one above the article and below the blue menu bar.

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Hello, changed the title inside _pagecontent.php from h3 to h1 (seo standard) and have of course the font too big. What would be the statement to leave the title h1 but make the font smaller like h3. Ray

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what I want is to display some small pictures below the blue menu bar and above the article title. Just like the content sidebar below I need one above the article and below the blue menu bar.
To do this you would edit '_posts.php'. This is the file that controls your posts on all your pages.
changed the title inside _pagecontent.php from h3 to h1 (seo standard) and have of course the font too big. What would be the statement to leave the title h1 but make the font smaller like h3
Add custom css.. something like:
.pagetitle{font-size: 15px}

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Hello, thank you for the tips. Do you have a suggestion where I can find out more about "custom.css" and how to use it with yout template? Thanks Ray

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We will be adding something in the near future. But we recommend using the 'inspect' function on Firebug for Firefox to identify elements and their CSS. Then to take the element name and attribute you'd like to modify and enter it into the custom css option.

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