I used to be a web designer, but after 10 years of primarily running my shirt printing company, I am so far behind modern design practices that I don't feel like I have time to learn them again, so I'm totally looking for shortcuts.
I signed up for Deco Network in December and I just decided that I had the interface set up enough that I could point my domain to my store rather than sending people to a separate link. I really want to start promoting this new site with the hope of getting new customers and orders, but there's one big thing I wish I could change. Right now, it's that fixed image at the top of the page. For one thing, it's just a static image, and I'd rather have a combination of images and HTML there, but for another thing, the image size restriction means that it is leaving a lot of blank space on the sides. So I feel like if I can replace that with a block of HTML code I'd be much better off, because then I could do things like put my phone number and email contact right there so I can more easily grab customers who don't "get" the designer right away.
So, does anyone have an easy block of code/template that works well to use instead of the static image?