Autofocus theme layout
In the Autofocus theme, how do I get one large image to stretch all the way across the screen directly above where the pictures linking to my posts start. In the Autofocus Demo (http://autofocusdemo.wordpress.com/) page this is the picture of the store display window that is titled “Just Another Beautiful Gallery” and in this blog (http://martinsoler.com/) it is the top image of the red cathedral. Thanks!
Blog url: http://emmitainfinita.wordpress.com/
The blog I need help with is emmitainfinita.wordpress.com.
I don’t understand. If it’s default, why doesn’t my blog do that automatically? What do I need to change in order to create such a header that is integrated with the rest of the images on the main page?
I don’t think what I want is a header. In the Autofocus Demo (http://autofocusdemo.wordpress.com/) page this is the top picture of the store display window that is titled \”Just Another Beautiful Gallery\” and in this blog (http://martinsoler.com/) it is the top image of the red cathedral. The pictures actually link to other pages (a gallery, a post), but I don’t think they’re regular posts because they don’t have dates and they are permanently there at the top, I think.
I’m sorry but I don’t use this theme and I’m too pressed for time to activate it on my test blog and work this out for you. Hopefully, another Volunteer will have time to do that for you.
I figured it out, actually. You make a Sticky Post by changing the post visibility of a post with an image (http://en.support.wordpress.com/posts/post-visibility/).
Hooray! Thanks for sharing that with us.
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