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I could really use some help with my header logo on my site: http://quietgirlnoisycity.com/
I designed my child theme about a year ago, and had the header appearing centered and full-size across the page, 800 pixels wide. A few days ago, I loaded up my site to find that several of my theme settings had reset -- default layout, featured images, entry pagination, and header settings had all mysteriously been reset to their default settings. When I switched my header back to "Image Logo," it appeared cropped and aligned to the left side.
I can't for the life of me figure out how to get it back to how it was before. I am the only person who has access to my site, and I haven't made any changes to the style.css or functions.php in quite some time -- in fact, I was logging in to post for the first time in several months. I did look at my site a few weeks ago, however, so I can safely assume that something happened in the past month or so. But I am absolutely baffled as to what. WordPress did perform an automatic update -- but I rolled it back to the previous version which did not solve the issue.
I've spent the last few days googling this problem and trying every code snippet I could find, to no avail. I'd be happy to provide more details to help narrow down the issue, but as I have literally no idea what might be causing this, I'm not even sure what information would be helpful.
Any thoughts? Thanks so much for any insight you can provide!http://quietgirlnoisycity.com/
The first place I would start is here: http://www.studiopress.community/topic/wordpress-4-7-and-sidebar-issues-please-upgrade-genesis/
The WordPress 4.7 upgrade messed up a lot of sites that were on older versions of the framework.
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