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Old 07-29-2006, 02:03 PM   #1
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Default PHP, link, image -- help!

I have the PHP below in WordPress for a site name/logo and description. I want to replace the text with an image, but I cannot for the life of me figure out how to do it while retaining the spider-readable HTML and the clickable link.
Code:
<h1 id="title">
  <a href="<?php echo get_settings('home'); ?>/" title="
  <?php bloginfo('name'); ?>">
  <?php bloginfo('name'); ?></a> 
</h1>

[. . .]

<p id="description">
  <?php bloginfo('description'); ?>
</p>
Treating the PHP stuff as if it were ordinary HTML (i.e., marking it as a comment) doesn’t work. WordPress retains the space and I lose the link.

Someone suggested using a huge negative margin to move the text out of human sight, but that feels pretty tacky to me.

Right now I am using display: none; for both the H1 and the P text.

Now what? I am sure it will be simple and I will feel like an idiot, but . . .

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