The template gives you the ability to choose between three different logo types: text, image and module position.
By default the "text" option is active. Means the template use a plain HTML text as logo. If you want to use an image you need to replace the "logo.png" file in the "/images" folder like you do it already. And than you have to change the logo type from "text" to "image".
You can do that from the templates configuration. Click on "extensions->template manager", select the "ThirtyOne" from the list and hit the "edit" icon in the upper right corner.
The templates setup screen appears. In the right "advanced options" column you will find a selection field to change the logo type. Change it to "image" and save the changes and the template will use the "logo.png" image instead of a HTML text.
No, I want to put the header as shown in the demonstration site, and the "template setup guide" says: "To add your own HTML code switch your editor to HTML mode (hit the small "html" icon in the toolbar or click on the "toggle editor" button below the window text editors) and copy and paste the Following code:" i cant find it
but not where I switch to HTML editor.
My question is this html is in the template? or modules?