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Header image on Home Page has changed

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znsols

Hi there

I recently upgraded to v2.2.5 and found that on the home page only the header image doesn't sit flush against the body and the header strip. It is fine on the other pages.

This applies on Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Explorer 9.

I looked through as many posts as I could but found none related, but if anyone has found the answer can they let me know where to look.

Thanks

site = http://www.zippynutsocialmedia.co.uk

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batman

Hi

You can try add to your CSS rules

#branding .mainlogo-link, #branding .mainlogo-img {float: none !important;}


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znsols

Thanks seems it might be one of the plugins but will try the code

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znsols

Tried your code but didn't help and seems it snot the plugin - seems to be random when it does it!

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Danny

Hi,

I apologise but I don't see anything wrong with the header image. Therefore, if this hasn't been resolved, can you post a concept image of how this should look please.


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