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  • toastedone

    #7181

    Is it possible to add a temporey banner bewteen the header and slider? just to advertise something for a few days?

    http://smoker2vaper.com/

    Anonymous

    #37292

    Hy

    You can activate Action hook. Go to WpAdmin->Graphene Options->Advanced->Action Hooks Widget areas, check under header.php -> graphene_before_content action hook. After that go to your widgets and add text widget with banner code inside that action hook area.

    I hope it will help.

    toastedone

    #37293

    toastedone

    #37294

    Is it possible to make it appear on the home page only?

    toastedone

    #37295

    Hmm I just noticed when this is placed on the site the slider stops working

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    Kenneth John Odle

    #37296
    Quote:
    Is it possible to make it appear on the home page only?

    Use the Widget Logic plugin.

    Quote:
    Hmm I just noticed when this is placed on the site the slider stops working

    What code are you adding to the widget?

    toastedone

    #37297

    Thanks widget logic works great.

    The code is

    *center* *a href=”http://smoker2vaper.com/guest-bloggers-comp/”**img src=”http://img59.imageshack.us/img59/1835/aprilcomp.png” alt=”some_text” /* */a>

    * represents <>

    Anonymous

    #37298

    Try to deactivate your plugins to see if they are responsible for slider issue.

    BTW – why are you hosting images on Imageshack? If the hosting site (Imageshack) goes down, image won’t be displayed on your site (a little stretched out theory but… who knows :)). You can upload it to your host as well…

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    Kenneth John Odle

    #37299

    Just place code between backticks.

    You are not closing that <center> tag.

    Btw, the use of center is deprecated. Try this:

    <div style="text-align: center;">
    <a href="http://smoker2vaper.com/guest-bloggers-comp/">
    <img src="path to image" alt="Win a Vision Spinner and Charger. Simply post a guest blog post. Click for details.">
    </a>
    </div>

    But I agree with Luko: you should host this image on your own site. Upload it to the media gallery, and use the link it provides.

    Also, alt text should be descriptive. It assists those with disabilities in accessing your site.

    These issues are probably not why slider is not working. Try disabling plugins to see if there is a plugin conflict.

    toastedone

    #37300
    Quote:
    Just place code between backticks.

    You are not closing that center tag.

    Btw, the use of center is deprecated. Try this:

    <div style="text-align: center;">
    <a />
    <img src="path to image" alt="Win a Vision Spinner and Charger. Simply post a guest blog post. Click for details." />
    </div>

    But I agree with Luko: you should host this image on your own site. Upload it to the media gallery, and use the link it provides.

    Also, alt text should be descriptive. It assists those with disabilities in accessing your site.

    These issues are probably not why slider is not working. Try disabling plugins to see if there is a plugin conflict.

    Thanks for the response, I tried that code but nothing appears.

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