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Adding like a header strap under the boxes in feature page

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james341

good day Is it possible to add some ready image I have (website header) under the boxes in the feature page?

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bryan-hadaway

Sure let's get the link to the site and the header image. Thanks, Bryan

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james341

OK i changed my mind about that and just want to had some large font line under the boxes in the middle of the website but Aldo i edit it and put it in the middle - this is what i get how can i fix it? Screen%20shot%202010-12-30%20at%206.46.20%20AM.pngScreen%20shot%202010-12-30%20at%206.47.01%20AM.png

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bryan-hadaway

` .home .fpost { margin-top:-60px; width:940px} ` Add that to Custom Code > Custom CSS Thanks, Bryan

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james341

thanks for your answer i did what you said but the result is not good because now the boxes i had under the features are gone i just want to had the features and the boxes look like the original theme but under the boxes i want to put some long large font line and under this line to have some content. Original : Screen%20shot%202010-12-30%20at%206.46.20%20AM.jpg after the change in the code: Screen%20shot%202010-12-30%20at%2012.20.42%20PM.png

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james341

also i would like to ask again about the header in the first post

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Kate

Hi Ofir - I'm not sure what the header question was, but have you considered a callout box for that area? Then you can use the area where you now have "The Next..." for the "content" you want to add.

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james341

o.k got it in the middle but about the header , this was my first question : "Is it possible to add some ready image I have (website header) under the boxes in the feature page?" thanks

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cmunns

to place a full-width image I would activate the highlight section and use that to place the image. That would be the easiest way

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james341

But I want to put the image under the 3 boxes in the features page

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bryan-hadaway

Okay, we've backtracked a bit. Let's get back to how you and I had it setup, even if it is "messed up" - update us at that time and we can then further style with CSS to correct it. Make absolutely sure to put the code in your theme options in: Custom Code > Custom CSS Thanks, Bryan

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james341

hey Bryan thanks for your help - but like i said i changed my mind and want to put an image under the 3 boxes in my home page. like i said this is my web site : www.casesolid.com and i made an image that look like a header this is the image : http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/EzlNiIvgR6jZ0t0GwsNVP9wZZd3qI8H8UdpHyRCkq5o?feat=directlink so is there a way to put it there?

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bryan-hadaway

Drop it right there in the page like how you had the text; `1151093480-729.jpg` You might need to bring the image down to 940px, you'll know when you check it out. Thanks, Bryan

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james341

OK i don't know why i asked this stupid question ..... i just went to "home" page and the first thing i putted there was the image (with insert image option) i habe some more questions about home page customization - should i asked here and continue this post or open new one? By the way thanks for all the help :)

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