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Home Page Image Fill Entire Width?

  1. Is it possible to have my home page image (Welcome) fill the entire page, i.e., spanning over side and main columns? I would like it to slip under the menu, of course, so it would remain visible. I am using the Hum template and am upgraded.

    I had earlier asked a question if my logo in the header could get larger as well--since these two requests may be related, I'm re-asking this again here.

    Thank you,

    The blog I need help with is

  2. Hi there,
    Any customization beyond what designed into the theme and described on the theme description page requires a cusom design upgrade and CSS editing.

    Here's the link to the Hum the description
    Here's a link to the live demo site

    Provided you have CSS editing skills and are prepared to purchase an annually renewable custom design upgrade and do the CSS editing required see here please:

  3. Hello!
    I have the renewable custom design upgrade and have been to the Hum and CSS urls you provided.
    I was actually hoping for a snippet (or two) of code I could drop in to make this happen. I've been making tentative changes to my CSS, but it's all been trial and error.


  4. Hi there -

    The Hum header is designed to be 180 x 200 pixels, and to be displayed in the left-hand column.

    If you need a wider header that stretches out across the top of the whole page, you might want to experiment with a different theme instead, since modifying that with CSS alone isn't practical in this theme.

    Since most themes do work that way, you shouldn't have trouble finding a replacement! If you need any help, just let us know.

  5. Hello Kathryn,
    As I suspected. I think I will experiment as suggested. Thanks!

  6. My pleasure - happy blogging!

  7. You might be able to get around this and do something clever like just swap out the background image on the home page only. Give this a try as a starting point, I think it looks really cute :)

    body.home {
    	background: url('') center -40px no-repeat;

    It makes the Recent Posts text unreadable though, so you'd probably have to add a background to that section to really make it work.

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