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    Bill Ashton

    I have noticed when I change to using a Secondary menu instead of a primary menu that the header with image still exists under the menu.

    I want to get rid of the header image on all of the pages except for the front page where I am using it as a background for a slide show.

    I’ve been experimenting with different settings but nothing seems to be working for me.

    Can you give me some ideas how I can do this?

    Note, I am trying to get a menu effect similar to your main page on all pages but the home page which will have a rotating images and quotes over the main image.

    You can see an example of the current site at blog.stopjetlag.com

    Shekhar Bhandari

    Hi Bill,
    you can go to style.css file line no. 564

    #cir-banner {
    	min-height: 2.5em;
    	background-position: center;

    and remove the min-height property.


    Bill Ashton

    I added that class into the style.css file of the Circumference child theme and set the min-height property to 0.0em and it worked.



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