We used smart naming conventions to make sure we can tell these images from others just by their names.
We titled our images: Now that the images are prepared its time to prepare the logo/type.
Once the upload is complete you will see a confirmation at the top of the screen.
Now click on Manage Gallery under the Gallery admin menu on the left side of the page.
Select your logo/type layer then select the layer/layer style/drop shadow inside the menu options of Photoshop.
Adjust the settings to your liking and you should see a drop shadow from your logo/type on top of the image.On the next screen you want to give your new gallery a name, in my case it was appropriately “header.” The next step is to upload the images you previously saved.These are the background images, not the logo/type you saved.If you have an easier/simpler way to do this, please share!We are always open to more efficient approaches—who isnt? You want to be logged into the admin area of your website, Once logged in you want to proceed to the gallery management tools near the bottom of the left hand side of the page: You want to select Add Gallery / Images from the menu choices.We should have our logo/typesetting in place from our previous step of getting our images sized and positioned.We need to do the following steps: You want to make sure with each and every image layer you have saved out that your logo/type is in the position you want it to appear on all images.Hi guys, I’m just wondering how I can add a banner above the header on my site?One of the tools that I use is Chris Pearson’s fantastic Thesis Word Press theme framework.Once you are happy with the shadow its time to save out the logo/type image.You should turn off all image layers so that you only see your logo/type and shadow.