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Resizing Logo & Location In Bedford


MichelleC

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Site URL: http://www.pureimagevideography.com

I've been trying to find a css code that can make my logo on my home page larger & place It in the center above the text in the Bedford temp, however I haven't been successful thus far. I found one that moves it slightly to the right & doesn't mess with my navigation bar but I'd really like it to stand out more & be centered. Any suggestions?

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There are some things that CSS is great for, but there are others where it isn’t recommended. This is one of those. If you want the logo centred in the navigation I recommend swapping to a Brine fam

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There are some things that CSS is great for, but there are others where it isn’t recommended. This is one of those.
If you want the logo centred in the navigation I recommend swapping to a Brine family template. There are Site Styles built in to allow this - and more besides. 
 

On the subject of CSS, check your current styles because you have some overflow currently:

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15 hours ago, paul2009 said:

There are some things that CSS is great for, but there are others where it isn’t recommended. This is one of those.
If you want the logo centred in the navigation I recommend swapping to a Brine family template. There are Site Styles built in to allow this - and more besides. 
 

On the subject of CSS, check your current styles because you have some overflow currently:

E62CD206-C050-4B3D-BBD4-9D628BE40A43.thumb.jpeg.177792d4341a3239eceb172edccf6a76.jpeg

yes I used css to send this image to back & to adjust the opacity but for some reason I can't hide the edges on the page from showing this if you scroll that way. Do you know of a way to stop this? I took the backround images off my mobile site for this reason as well. 

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On 2/10/2020 at 2:59 AM, paul2009 said:

There are some things that CSS is great for, but there are others where it isn’t recommended. This is one of those.
If you want the logo centred in the navigation I recommend swapping to a Brine family template. There are Site Styles built in to allow this - and more besides. 
 

On the subject of CSS, check your current styles because you have some overflow currently:

E62CD206-C050-4B3D-BBD4-9D628BE40A43.thumb.jpeg.177792d4341a3239eceb172edccf6a76.jpeg

I THINK I have fixed this by removing the scroll bar at the bottom of the page with a css code

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