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Tagged: custom responsive header
I'm sure this has been addressed somewhere but I can't find it.
My custom header image is 377 ?— 160. I've made the change in the function.php file, but it's not behaving correctly.
Here's how the function.php code looks:
//* Add support for custom header
add_theme_support( 'custom-header', array(
'header_image' => '',
'header-selector' => '.site-title a',
'header-text' => false,
'height' => 160,
'width' => 377,
I've installed the Genesis Responsive Header plugin, and I'm reading this oft-mentioned thread, http://thepixelista.com/responsive-genesis-child-theme-logo/, but I wanted to check in here before I spend a lot more time trying to figure this out.
Is it really this difficult to change the size of the custom header and get it to move smoothly through responsive states?
All help is greatly appreciated!http://www.trustingyouareloved.com/sandbox/
Is my question not clear?
I'd REALLY love some help with this!
Yes, I guess your question is unclear, or at least moot.
The actual image used is only 154x160 px. You don't need the GRH plugin or the tutorial as the image will display fully on all devices down to old smartphone widths.
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