Description: Drupal 7's new Bartik theme is awesome, but one key item is missing from its laundry list of tweakable options: a custom header image!
Noggin module allows you to upload a custom header image on the Theme Settings page, just as you can logos and favorite icons. With Bartik and other core Drupal themes, the header image will appear automatically. For themes that use slightly different markup, you can enter in a custom CSS selector for the header region.
No fuss, no muss: enable Noggin module, upload your header image, and you're ready to rock. If you're looking for interesting tiled background images, try Pattern8, StripeMania, BgPatterns, or EveryDay Icons.
This module was conceived of by Jen Simmons, who designed & created Bartik, and then wandered the earth until she found a developer who would write the code to let you upload images into the header. She's love for this to be a feature that came with Bartik / Drupal 'core' automatically, but by 2010 it was far too late to add it to Drupal 7. You can add it to your copy of Drupal, thanks to Jeff Eaton!
Related: Header, drupal, bartik, Image, Module, Upload, Custom, Automatically, you039re, Images, Themes, tiled, iconsthis, conceived, everyday, stripemania, simmons, bgpatterns, Background, Pattern
O/S:BSD, Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X
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