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    Hi folks,

    On my site http://booksbyheather.com I have my header image working fine. When you look at the page, you can see a gap between the bottom of the image and the top of the content area. I would like to remove that gap so that the image is flush against the top of the content area.

    I have looked at my settings and have padding set to zero, and I noticed in the documentation it talks about using the header image as a background image for the header. ” you can alternatively set the Header Image to appear as a BG image, in which case it will underlie the whole Header area” that would work (I think) however, I cannot locate exactly how to do that.

    Failing in that I’d like to just somehow make the header area the same height as the image, I know I can use a short_code to change the header image size, but it’s fine as it is, so if I can avoid that I’d like to.




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    It looks like you put some google script in the header HTML area.

    Not sure that is the best place for it, but cant be sure without knowing what it is for. Usually scripts for the page are placed in the head section found in the Advanced options > Head section.

    If you really need to have it there, use the Header HTML Hide Area option to hide the header HTML area on all devices

    Hiding it should not affect the script, but check it to be sure.


    That was the problem. It was google analytics script, I moved it to its proper location and life is good once again.



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