In all wp.com themes, the header image or the blog title works as a link back to your homepage. In Clean Home, the header image doesn’t work s a home link (as a rule, this happens only when the regular blog title is inside the image area).
If you wish to make the header image clickable, there are two solutions. Continue reading
In all wp.com themes, the header image or the blog title works as a link back to your homepage. Some themes allow you to hide the actual blog title and tagline (see list in my post Header images). That’s useful if you wish to add your own header image with the blog title incorporated in it as a graphic. But if you do that in Vertigo, Continue reading
http://wpbtips.wordpress.com/ Several themes have a special header tab, usually “Home”, occasionally “Homepage” [*] or “Blog” [**] or an image [***] or the actual title of the blog [****]: that’s not a page such as those you create but a link back to the blog front (the main blog URL, which can be your latest posts … Continue reading
http://wpbtips.wordpress.com/ A page tab can work as a link to another webpage. The way to do that is publish a blank page with a link to that webpage in its title box. Html code model: <a href="URL OF WEBPAGE HERE">NAME HERE</a> Officially you cannot have html code in title boxes (it either gets stripped out … Continue reading
http://wpbtips.wordpress.com/ In some themes, when you create new pages you automatically get tabs for them in the header (“top menu” or “top navigation”). Other themes have no header tabs (so you need the Pages widget for the sidebar or bottombar). Header tabs: Adventure Journal Albeo Ambiru Andreas 04 Andreas 09 Autofocus Beach Blix Blogum Bold … Continue reading