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    Default Remove logo from CMPS page

    Is there anyway to force the CMPS page not to use the logo from the forum header? My logo was specifically designed for the gradient in my forum header and looks very bad in the CMPS header. My site url is www.salsacentral.info

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    Default Re: Remove logo from CMPS page

    Why not just add the full URL to that background image so that it will display properly on the homepage as well?
    If you'd rather just remove it though, you can use this if condition:

    <if condition="THIS_SCRIPT == 'adv_index'">
    <!-- logo here -->
    </if>

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    Default Re: Remove logo from CMPS page

    Thanks for the input Brian! I thought about just making it display properly, but I just don't like the way it looks on the CMPS page. So which template do add the condition too?

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    Default Re: Remove logo from CMPS page

    Your 'header' template.

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