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MarkMarkMArk says

My theme has pickled me again. The QuickRise theme.

http://themeforest.net/item/quickrise-wordpress-theme/35202

It seems somehow the logo is displayed on the page in H1 tags. I’ve checked all code and cannot find which code is placing the gif image there. All CSS files are clean from the name logo.gif.

I am wondering if anyone knows how this is done so I can recode to have this removed.

Thanks.

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BrentChesny says

It’s done through CSS .

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unisphere says

Hi there, a quick look with Firebug indicates the following code in style.css:

#header h1 a {
background-image:url(logo.gif);
}

Hope it helps.

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jeffeatworld says

This is done quite a bit for SEO reasons because you can still type whatever you want as a H1 but what alot of folks do is hide the text using a negative indent, and then having the logo as the background image.

Hope tthat helps.

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