Hiding HTML Block using CSS
It's been a while since I've refreshed my site and wanted some advice. I lurk on here often, and am always grateful for the time and energy (and tone) of the support & ideas here.
For context: I have been using my site to share and sell photos from a broad range of content that I shoot. I am now doing portraits shoots featuring Graffiti & Models all over the place. I am doing more of those as paid shoots and want to differentiate it a bit more from my main page. For a bunch of reasons, I don't want to set up a totally different SmugMug site. So I have two questions:
1) URL - I have a main page at KBevPhoto.com through SmugDomains. All of the sub-pages start with that URL. I forgot how I set that up YEARS ago, but it works and is fine. I also purchased GrafNModels.com a while back and just pointed that to the page inside my kbevphoto.com site. However, it's just a pointer and the KBevPhoto.com/GrafnModels URL is the one that it lands on. Question Is there any way to have that land on Granfmodels.com/ on that branch of my main KbevPhoto site? I'm guessing I can, but want to ask.
2) On the GrafNModels page and subpages, I wanted to have a different banner (and possibly a different color scheme) from the main site. Is there an easy way to do that that you all would pursue? I see a recent post on this, but I've seen a few approaches. Basically, I just need a different headblock that I can customize for GrafNModels and the sub-pages...
Thanks in advance for any advice. Basically, I've decided to get my act together and do a better job commercializing what I'm doing, so I wanted to upgrade the experience on the page that features the work I'm doing.