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  1. Hi there, I am looking for code for the attached file. Descrition logo in header and body with six images. Each image with differnt url when they are clicked given url will has to open..
  2. dear forum, i have two category logos as you can see here and in the attachment:http://quop.eu is it possible to get them in a row or do i need to do this in css?like this (attachment 2). here is the code of the page: <?php/*** Homepage Features Panel*/ /** * The Variables * * Setup default variables, overriding them if the "Theme Options" have been saved. */ global $woocommerce; $settings = array( 'thumb_w' => 100, 'thumb_h' => 100, 'thumb_align' => 'alignleft', 'shop_area' => 'false', 'shop_area_entries' => 3, 'shop_area_title' => '', 'shop_area_message' =>
  3. I was just wondering how you can get a little logo icon to show up in front of the page title in a browser's tabs. Most websites seem to do it now but I don't remember seeing anything like this in the tutorials. Is it as simple as putting an <img> inside your <title> tags? This is more a question of curiosity at the moment. I haven't tried playing around with anything like this yet. Just wondering for the future. Thanks.
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