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can someone tell me how to change the header image size in enterprise pro?
right now the default is 320x80 .
I want to be able to increase the 80px to have more height for my logo but at the same time, i dont want the padding image area to also raise when i make a change to the height of my logo-
i also want to be able to make the right side area in the header to be able to use an image the will also have the same height as the logo area and as well without changing the whole area of the header- meaning when i increase the logo area and the image area on the right side, i dont want the whole header area to increase in its height
i am not really good with css, however i have done it in the past with other studio press themes. I want to make sure when i make the changes, it will be for all my pages and my front home page as well, without breaking my site.lol
i am working with a temporary url as i am setting up my sitehttp://snt.b62.myftpupload.com/
I've tried the above tutorial and it doesn't work. I've scoured each theme file to look for width and height pixels, padding, percentages... nothing I've changed affected the logo container on this theme.
The image will resize, but the container always stays the same. Very frustrating. This is an issue for the theme designer to address.
The tutorial in question helps you increase the header image size. I tested the code in the tutorial and it does just that.
However, if you want to match the title area and header right widget area height, you can try using CSS Grid
Set a height for your title area and header right widget area which are the same.
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