In our example we created 5 different images to use.
We used smart naming conventions to make sure we can tell these images from others just by their names.
This functionality allows you the ability to have your banner image change how you like it beneath your logo at the top of your website.
If you would like a variety of images in your header beneath the logo/type and manage them in a central location.
We titled our images: Now that the images are prepared its time to prepare the logo/type.
We should have our logo/typesetting in place from our previous step of getting our images sized and positioned.Couple that with another variable like a new version of Word Press, and you basically have mass confusion and an overwhelming sense of custom images — thereby futureproofing your site against inevitable upgrades!Below, you’ll find the theory behind Thesis’ simple customization system and a technical explanation of how to pull it off on your own, but let’s be honest here—why reinvent the wheel? Never touch the original stylesheet again — it’s just not the most secure, most efficient method of operation!You’re going to leave visited links as gray because that works well with your site.Also, you’d prefer to remove underlines from all links because you like a cleaner look.All visible things in webpage will be disappear, when we scroll down.Sticky bar in a webpage will stick to the webpage and fixed in a constant position.We need to do the following steps: You want to make sure with each and every image layer you have saved out that your logo/type is in the position you want it to appear on all images.Select your logo/type layer then select the layer/layer style/drop shadow inside the menu options of Photoshop.One of the tools that I use is Chris Pearson’s fantastic Thesis Word Press theme framework.In an effort to contribute back to both the Thesis and Word Press communities I have documented how to embed the Next-Gen Gallery plugin to your header, or banner image and place your logo above it.