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Seems all the themes I get end up with a 1/2 header theme, and I've been unable to get a full width header image / logo without modifying css and functions, and I'd really rather not do that.
Can anyone point me to a Studio Press / Genesis 3 column theme that has a full width header, say 200 px or so high x 800 px or so wide so my header / logo fits?
I know this should be easy, but darned if I can figure out what theme suits.
Suggestions, please? Thank you.
Try Genesis Sample Child Theme. It has that layout available and is super-easy to use and customize.
Thank you for your replies.
The issue I see with modifying CSS and .php files is that an update would overwrite them, necessitating modifying them yet again.
I am having a hard time believing that no one has created a theme for WP that has a full width header?
Child theme's aren't auto-updated. The purpose of a child is to make changes that won't get updated. The functionality comes from the parent theme, the Genesis Framework. The framework gets updated regularly. Updates to the framework do not overwrite changes to the child theme.
There are plenty of child themes that have full width headers. The Genesis Sample theme can have a full width header by changing one line of code in style.css. Change the fixed width from pixels to 100% and you have it. Don't use the header-right widget area with a full width header. Maybe this will help: https://victorfont.com/understanding-genesis-framework-site-header-layout/
If I picked, say, the Education theme, is it the same for that theme too? One line in the CSS to allow a full width header.
And what about the header height?
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