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When a combined text and image logo is added to the Aria template, it appears very small. (picture included) 

Before I added a logo, the site header said: Inherent Knowledge with the tagline Mine Your Knowledge to Maximize You below it. (picture included)

If the graphic artist just adds the logo image (diamond only), it looks good, but I lose my company name. (picture included)

Ideally, I'd like the combined text and image logo to be of correct size, be clickable (to return to Home page), and to not destroy SEO.

Is this possible? How can it be done?

Thank you!


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I'm not sure I understand the issue @InherentKnowledge.

You are using a Brine Family 7.0 template and so you can easily adjust the size of the logo in Design > Site Styles.

Create the logo that you want at a reasonable size (at least 300px or 500px wide) and save as a PNG file.

Upload it in place of the diamond and then go to Design > Site Styles and adjust the size. There are separate adjustments for desktop and mobile so switch the preview and adjust both. 

If you can't get the size that you want with the slider, click on the numbers beside it and type the size that you want, for example 300px.

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