WordPress template editing question

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by BigEZWorld, Jan 8, 2011.

  1. BigEZWorld

    BigEZWorld Newbie

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    Yo, so im tryin to edit this theme from studiopress and all i want to do is switch the theme picture in the top left corner with mine. I saved the file as a .png through fireworks just like the original image. It is the exact size and named the same as the original as well. But when i re-zip the file and upload it to wordpress the theme goes bonkers and wont work. I cant quite tell if there is code within the original image. Anyone know what im missing here?
     
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    bzy39 Regular Member

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    has you delete the original theme before uploaded the modified one?

    post your url, maybe i can take a look
     
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    Yeah I always do a clean install. I removed the original before hand. but when I change the logos and rezip, and upload to the website the theme gets broke. When I open the original logo.png file in fireworks, it doesnt show any actions linked to it. Could it be because the old logo had a button u could click on to take u back to the homepage and thats somewhere within the code?
     
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    yes it has a code that link the image to the home page, but i think it's not the case, try see the style file, maybe you can change the actual logo via the style
     
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    Really appreciate the help bro, didnt realize there was a logo in that file. Unfortunately it still hasnt worked but it its saying theres 3 errors in the functions.php file.
     
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    wow dont really know what just happened but its working now, thanks for all the help :D
     
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    glad it has solved