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Hello. I'm working on a client's site, and they use Infinity Pro. We've got a nice-looking large logo image on the front page, which we're using instead of the standard site title that would normally appear to the left of the nav bar. Problem is, that means all of the pages (about page, etc) have no header. There's only the nav.
I'd like to create a simple header that appears everywhere BUT the front page. I want to include a simple logo image with a transparent background, 300x100px, and center it on a 125px tall white bar then extends to either side of the screen. The catch is that I want it to push the nav bar down instead of covering it up, which is the problem I'm running into. Is there a way to do this?
I started to give you a recommendation but then you wrote it needed to push the nav bar down. I am assuming you realize that the nav bar is sticky. When someone scrolls your image will disappear. I don't have a solution for you but just wanted to clarify what you were looking for in case someone else jumps in here.
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