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  1. I don't think that's possible, because these workarounds use the logo as a background image. There isn't a way to make a background image clickable.
  2. Hmmm, I'm not exactly sure since I'm no CSS expert by any means, but maybe it has to do with the margin command? There's a margin-top command in the code I provided, so maybe you'd need to make a margin-bottom command or something. Wish I could be more helpful, good luck!!
  3. There may be a command to resize, but I'd recommend just using a smaller image. Better for load times anyway.
  4. The code needs to point to where the URL lives in order to insert it since you can't upload directly to the custom CSS. Since I'm assuming your logo is already on your site somewhere, just right click the image and open it in a new tab. You can copy the URL from there.
  5. It's not perfect, but I've had some success with this code. Hope it works for you all! I don't know enough to understand why this particular thing worked for me where other stuff didn't. I put this in the custom CSS area: #mobile-navigation-title { display: none !important } #mobile-navigation { background-image: url(INSERT LOGO IMAGE URL HERE); background-repeat: no-repeat; background-position: center top; min-height:60px } #mobile-navigation.sqs-mobile-nav-open ul { display: block; margin-top: 40px }
  6. I found a couple similar questions on here, but the code in the answers didn't work at all for me. Is there any way for me to keep my logo displayed in the mobile version of the Five template? It kinda defeats the purpose of having a nice logo if everyone on mobile doesn't get to see it and instead just sees the page title text. Please help! And thank you!!
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