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    1. You’ll have to open the file PSD and modify it and re-export the slices to get the header area. Then save it over the old wp-content/themes/newscast/images/skin1/bg.png.

    2. When you say 2nd menu do you mean the area on your site that has Home | About the Firm | SS Disability…

    3. You can open up the file header.php and add it next to the current header image and floating it to the right with CSS. If you are not familiar with how to do this, I can generate some example code.

    4. Do you mean a page like this:


    Thanks for your reply, Noah.

    Yes, when I say 2nd menu, I mean the area that has HOME, ABOUT THE FIRM, SS DISABILITY, etc.

    And yes, I do mean a page like that you referenced on #4.

    If you can generate example code for #3, that would be great!

    Thank you!



    Can you let me know when you’ve disabled Maintenance Mode so I can take a look?



    I have deactivated it for the time being. Thank you!




    The background of the menu is controlled by the background image applied to the body tag in style1.css:

    body {
    background:url("../images/skin1/bg.png") repeat-x scroll 0 0 #FFFFFF;

    You need to edit the image (either by direct editing or from the PSD included with the theme package) to change the colour.


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