Typepad Master Class - Setting a custom banner for different page types

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  • Updated 1 year ago
Check us out, y'all! We've got a brand new tip on Everything Typepad, showing you how to set a custom banner image for different page types in your blog.

Do you use the Pages feature strictly for author profiles, shop products, or gallery pages? Why not setup a custom banner, that indicates those pages are special, to display across all of them?

Want readers to see something a bit different when they click on your post to comment, or read what's behind a cut? Set a different banner to display on all posts.

Our tip works for hiding banners on specific page types as well! Remove the banner image altogether on the monthly archive pages, or on the Archives page itself!

To find out the code you need to test these kinds of changes out, check our our Everything Typepad. We'd love to see how you implement this tip, so feel free to come back here and leave your comments!

Brianna, Official Rep

  • 464 Posts
  • excited to share an awesome new CSS tip

Posted 1 year ago

Kofla Olivieri, Champion

  • 22 Posts
  • 1 Like
This class will work best if you showed an example of a custom banner on the front page of a blog, one for posts, one for pages, another for the archives and categories.

Brianna, Official Rep

  • 464 Posts
Hi! I saw your comment on the Everything Typepad blog post first, so I replied there. Let me know if you have any other feedback on the tip itself.