Center Custom Heading
I’d like to center a custom heading but do not know how to go about changing the CSS in order to do this. Although I bought the CSS upgrade, I am not completely proficient in it. Any pointers would be greatly appreciated!
The blog I need help with is rushwines.wordpress.com.
Black Letterhead is a two-column minimalistic theme with a black background, customizable header and widget sidebar. I’m guessing you are referring to the font in the header.
Once you have CSS edited a theme you can no longer use the image uploader to change the header on the theme. During the CSS editing process you must make a header image and center the text for the blog title in that image, then the image must be included in the CSS stylesheet.
You may wish to get your money back if you aren’t already proficient with CSS. There’s essentially no support for it.
Thanks for the response. I’m actually referring to the image that I uploaded in the header area. All I need to do is center it (currently, it’s located on the left-hand side of the page), but I don’t know how to modify the CSS in order to do this. Thanks in advance for any advice!
I am using a Firefox browser. I see a header image with “RUSH” on the left hand side. The only way to change this is to create another image in an image editing program and that word “RUSH” in the image itself. CSS editing cannot do that. You must do that.
I’ll try creating another image, although the image that I uploaded into Word Press was centered before I uploaded it onto my page. Thanks for your help!
You need to edit your image so that it’s in the exact dimensions specified by the theme you’re using.
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