2 Comments on Replacing the Default Elgg Title With an Image

  1. I did not have any luck with this one working but then again maybe I did something wrong. I get the following error {Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ‘>’ in /home/socially/public_html/views/default/page_elements/header_contents.php on line 18}

    I’ve tried replacing the text between the H1 tags and I’ve tried replacing everything H1 tags too. I’m sure it’s something too simple that I’m overlooking maybe a dash or slash who knows… I’m trying to make the image a header image so maybe that’s the problem it could be too big. Thought making it the size of the content area but that did not work, so I just copied <a href=””>sitename; ?> back in it’s place and back to square one.

    Anyway it’s still nice work and I hope to get my header image up and running, thanks keep up the good work.

  2. Rodolfo Hernandez Rodolfo Hernandez says:

    @Robert Artchison Jr. Hello there! Here’s an updated post for newer Elgg Versions:

    http://blog.arvixe.com/how-to-replace-default-elgg-title-with-an-image/

    Rodolfo Hernandez
    Arvixe/Elgg Community Liaison

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