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September 16, 2013 at 4:34 pm in reply to: Executive clickable logo header – followed tutorial, not working #62895
Fantastic! Thank you so much - that did it!
KipleySeptember 16, 2013 at 1:03 pm in reply to: Executive clickable logo header – followed tutorial, not working #62860
Thank you! That worked. I am so grateful for the assistance here.
I have one final question - and forgive me if this is obvious, I am new to css. Is there a way to make only the header background white so that it matches the logo, but the page background remains the same blue that it is?
Many thanks for the replies!
KipleySeptember 16, 2013 at 11:20 am in reply to: Executive clickable logo header – followed tutorial, not working #62843
Thank you, Rob - I see that I had named the logo "Logo" with a capital "L" instead of lowercase. I appreciate your assistance
There is one more problem I'm having - I see the logo appearing, but now the alignment of the menu is off - the header right navigation menu drops down and there is a big space.
I tried adjusting the width of the "image header - partial width" back to 25% width as in the default, which moved the menu back to it's correct position, but then I couldn't see the logo.
The logo is 350 x 90 pixels and I want to see the logo on the left side of the header, and the custom menu in the right side of the header, both aligned.
Do you have any suggestions?
Thanks again for your help.
KipleyAugust 30, 2013 at 2:12 pm in reply to: Image in slider displays at wrong size #59761
Thank you - that worked. Instant solution! Much appreciated.June 5, 2013 at 6:58 am in reply to: WooCommerce- broken image instead of thumbnail in cart #44135
A quick follow up - the problem was solved. I noticed that the cart was requesting the images from https:// instead of http://. But I am using PayPal Advanced, and did not need an SSL certificate for this site. Tech support at Woo suggested unchecking the "force secure checkout" box in the settings, but that box was already unchecked.
But I also have Premise installed on this site, and I wondered if perhaps those settings were affecting the WooCommerce cart. Under Member Access > Security Settings in Premise, I noticed that the "enable SSL on checkout page" was checked. I didn't realize that settings in Premise could impact the WooCommerce cart, but when I unchecked that box, the images appeared in the cart.June 4, 2013 at 10:13 am in reply to: WooCommerce- broken image instead of thumbnail in cart #44036
Thank you - I have posted in the woocommerce and wordpress forums and received no answer, so I thought I would try here.
It had not occurred to me to switch to twenty twelve and see if the problem persists. I just did that and was still seeing the broken image icon in the cart, so apparently it's not an issue with News or Genesis.
But perhaps someone else here has had a similar problem and found a fix?