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add logo to wordpress template

How do I put a logo into this wordpress template?  The template is called Catch Evolution.
http://fringeestatesales.com/

I have worked on custom built wordpress tempates but this is a freebie and I cannot figure out how to add logo in header.
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Jason C. LevineNo oneCommented:
Does the theme have a header.php file?  Are you willing to hardcode it there (or via a child theme) or did you want it applied some other way?
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nsitedesignsAuthor Commented:
Jason,

Yes, i did locate a header.php file (wp-content/themes/catch-evolution).  I am not familiar with php but  I know html (not sure if that helps).  Can you walk me through updating the header to include a logo or do you think it might be too difficult?
header.php
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Jason C. LevineNo oneCommented:
I am not familiar with php

Then you are going to have all kinds of problems manipulating themes. This isn't going to be easy because of the theme you are working with.  When I look at header.php, this is the code that sets the header section:

do_action( 'catchevolution_headercontent' );

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So somewhere you have more code (a PHP function defined as catchevolution_headercontent() ) that actually defines the HTML that is setting the logo.  I would expect that there is also a theme options page or settings page in the admin backend that allows you to upload a logo though.  Is that not an option for you?
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nsitedesignsAuthor Commented:
what does "off-topic posts removed per expert request" mean?

Yeah, this looks like it is going to be trouble.  I cannot find anywhere on dashboard where I can insert logo.
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Jason C. LevineNo oneCommented:
what does "off-topic posts removed per expert request" mean?

Another Expert posted in the wrong thread.  I cleaned it up.

Yeah, this looks like it is going to be trouble.  I cannot find anywhere on dashboard where I can insert logo.

Start searching for a function declaration, then.  functions.php is the best place to start.
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