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Wexley Theme: Help getting HEADER & NAV BAR to be left aligned, but keep rest of site center aligned

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Site URL: https://bronze-blackbird-asjn.squarespace.com/

Title says it all.

I'm using the Wexley theme at https://bronze-blackbird-asjn.squarespace.com/

Right now, I have the entire site aligned to center. The portfolio grids, blog, and print shop just look better to me with a centered look. Despite this, I do not like my nav bar and title to be centered. I wanna get them left aligned and split from each other, like the screenshot I have below. If I use the site config, it aligns the rest of the site to the left, what I don't want.

What CSS do I need to enter? what code injection do I need to enter?

Please help. Thank you.


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I'm having the same issue. On any page that is a gallery it looks fine, however on my "about" page, which is just and image and a text box, I can't figure out how to center this but keep my logo and navigation split like the OP's example. I was hoping to resolve w/o any added code. I am also using the Wexley template.

If I center the Site Alignment it stacks my logo and navigation which I don't like.

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On 8/2/2023 at 12:04 AM, sophieL13 said:

Any luck on how this was resolved? I am having the same issue.

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