Full Header Image?

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This is probably a dumb question, but I can't for the life of me figure out how to make the full width background image like you have on the photography page. I put an image in the image header space and apply the "Verdana Header" class, but it still doesn't go behind the logo and menu like you were able to do.

How do I set it up that way??

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delusioninabox replied on at Permalink Reply
haha okay, nevermind, I figured it out. :)

But maybe you should mention that it's in the attributes somewhere so dummies like me don't get confused. ;)
perceptivecreative replied on at Permalink Reply
Could you tell me how you did it? I've been pulling out my hair trying to figure out how to get that line under the header to disappear when there is a full header image. I must be doing it wrong!
perceptivecreative replied on at Permalink Reply
OOhhhh. You have to go into the individual page and select Header Image from the attributes. Yes. Dummies like us! Thanks for the heads up! I was looking at the global attributes settings area.
sebastienj replied on at Permalink Reply 1 Attachment

OSrry for the late. For anyone that meet this documentation lack, here a screenshot of the attribute to fill.

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