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I would like to change the SVG logo I'm using in the header to a different one on certain pages. I found this code:

<style>
header#header img {
    content: url(https://www.google.com/images/branding/googlelogo/2x/googlelogo_color_272x92dp.png);
}
</style>

That changes the logo, but the SVG comes in tiny on the page. I figure since using an SVG in general requires more in CSS than just replacing what's there, I'm obviously missing some code I need to use.

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Here's the link:

SVG test

You can see the current SVG by clicking on any of the navigation links. The replacement SVG in the page in question is the same size as the one used throughout the site.

Note that when it's seen online, nothing is showing where the SVG should be. In the Squarespace work area, I at least see it small:

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Currently you are using 2 code to add svg logo, and the code you posted in this thread didn't work.

This code works

image.png.fb1fb0209b9e396db3b442bd29b65120.png

to make your new code works, use this new code

<style>
  header#header .header-title-logo a {
    background-image: none !important;
    width: 200px !important;
}
header#header img {
    content: url(https://garlic-hawk-pdp3.squarespace.com/s/JohnWeberArt-10.svg) !important;
    visibility: visible !important;
}
</style>

image.thumb.png.63b19af838b91554f7cfa95f34536805.png

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