To start with, I am somewhat new, but learning thematic and WP for that matter very quickly (thanks to themeshaper, no doubt!). Anyhow, I got everything going smoothly so far. I have run into a bit of a snag, but I am hoping what I want to do can be accomplished.
I am using WP (w/thematic) as a CMS for a business site. So far so good. I have hard coded some of the layout and a little of the static content; however, I will be using the actual WP posting and page editing functionality to post the core content on each page (most pages are going to be static, but the content may change, so using the built in functionality will benefit me here).
Anyway, I ran into a problem concerning the postheader. I know exactly how it is getting there, but my problem is that I do not want the postheader to be the same as the page name on some pages. For instance: My landing page will be "Home", however, I do not want the post header to say "Home" I want it to say something like "How can we help you?" Or something to that effect.
How can this be accomplished? What is the best way if I want to continue to rely only on a child theme (which I have created and am using). And can this be done to affect only certain pages and not others?
I tried to research this already, and keep coming up with way to change it by apparently editing the hooks-filters.php file - that is my second question. Why can I not find this file? I have checked in themes/thematic/library/extensions/ and do not see it at all. But it has got to be somewhere, because my site is working perfectly with thematic. Thanks in advance for the help.