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The Education theme recommends a size of 100x300 px for a custom logo in the header. My logo is 65x300, but for some reason it is still 'breaking the line' below the header. I've tried resizing the logo and removing the custom menu, but neither of these works. Any suggestions on how to fix this?
My site is JeanneNoorman.com.
It looks to me like your logo has a background that is exceeding the size parameter of the image and distorting the line. Can you access a photo program to ensure that the image is really 65 x 300 pixels?
Just a thought since I used the same theme in my http://www.all-about-ottawa.com/ site, and had no problem with the image size.
My macbook is giving me the size. I loaded a new one that is 99x300 pixels -- same problem. I had cropped the background out of the first graphic to try and solve the problem. It doesn't seem to matter. 🙁
When I'm in the APPEARANCE / CUSTOMIZE / THEMES and then click the customize header link, I get the following:
While you can crop images to your liking after clicking Add new image, your theme recommends a header size of 1140 ?— 120 pixels. "
So, I'm not quite sure where your logo size is coming from.
I still think it has to do with your actual image being larger than you think it is.
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