Msg#: 3733983 posted 12:40 am on Aug 29, 2008 (gmt 0)
You can probably (maybe) hard code it into header.php the same way you do for text on custom page templates, which I *think* goes like this (only did it once) and is then styled with CSS:
<?php the_content('<p class="serif">The text goes here »</p>'); ?>
That's how I did it for putting body text in the new page template I tried, but here's what's in header.php for the default Kubrick theme, which is probably the right way since Kubrick is just about the best basic standard to use for starting to customize:
Msg#: 3733983 posted 9:49 am on Aug 30, 2008 (gmt 0)
>support to their users?
Sure, including the entire Codex; but it really doesn't matter where the support comes from, as long as it points in the right direction to get help. Pointing a WP user to which file and which tag to check out is the key to solving their issue, and once they know what the issue is, they can then look through the Codex for the specifics if they need to get into further details.
renet, CSS is only a styling language which helps suggest styles, colors and sizes for displaying the actual generated HTML. It has no control in programming what should appear in the HTML
The WordPress (in your case) PHP tags and codes generate that HTML, hope that helps. Sure if you get the right HTML generated (view the source code) and then it's an actual style or positioning question, then that's where CSS will come in :)
You should frequent the Wordpress site for actual help with their tags/codex as WebmasterWorld is not really a Wordpress support forum, but we do have a Content Usage and management forum [webmasterworld.com] and a lot of the members here have experience of Wordpress so sometimes the odd question that crosses over will get some help :)