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Marquee: How do I make the logo bigger?


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Add this to custom CSS.


.site-title img {
 max-height: 100px;
 max-width: 400px;
}

Then play around with either (or both) of those numbers until you get the desired size.

Edited by foleyatwork

Developer Evangelist at Squarespace.

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I see that you are using the Marquee template. That's always helpful information to include in your question.

Marquee does not have a logo size option. That's a passive-agressive way for a template developer to say "you're logo shouldn't need to be any larger than this." If you want to override the size, you'll need to use some custom CSS.

Template Developer at Squarespace, @esquareda on Twitter.

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I know this post was a while ago, but for anyone who finds this topic and is still having this problem, if the custom CSS code doesn't work, look in the style editor. Some templates have an option or slider for padding (both for the header and the site width padding).

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ive tried in the style editor and in the manage index part when you add the photo it gives you an option to resize but when even increasing that amount it doesnt change!

Thanks Guys!

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