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I have a anchor tag that wraps around my logo image that takes you back to the home page using the following

<a href="<?php bloginfo('url'); ?>"><img src="<?php bloginfo('template_directory'); ?>/images/logo.png" alt="Good Morning Moon"/></a>

It is inside my header.php file. On my home page which is a staid page set to custom template with the following code it works

<?php
/*
Template Name:Home Page
*/
?>
<?php get_header(); ?>

<?php get_footer(); ?>

However on any of my other pages which are using the default template which I assume is the index.php file I have setup based on looking at the http://codex.wordpress.org/Template_Hierarchy the anchor tag does not show up, my index.php file looks like so

<?php get_header(); ?>
<?php get_footer(); ?>

What could be causing this?

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The code you're posting should work, as far as I can tell; however, you're using some outdated template tags.

Try replacing bloginfo( 'url' ) with echo home_url(), and bloginfo( 'template_directory' ) with echo get_template_directory_uri(), like so:

<a href="<?php echo home_url(); ?>">
    <img src="<?php echo get_template_directory_uri(); ?>/images/logo.png" alt="Good Morning Moon"/>
</a>

For more specific instruction, it would be very helpful to see the full code of the actual template/template-part files in question.

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Thanks for the updated bloginfo params. I thought I read them directly from the codex I would expect that to be the best place to see the update ones. It is working now, I thought it wasn't because when I hovered over part of the image it didn't show a mouse over icon, but it does on another part probably need to add a height and width for it. –  Anders Kitson Mar 12 '12 at 18:35
    
oh actually something was onto of it in css, so I added a z-index to the div. –  Anders Kitson Mar 12 '12 at 18:38

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