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Increasing Logo size and font size, Where and how?
Hi there! i was trying to increase the logo size and the font size on the Navi Bar. I've already read some other topics about this question, and let me tell you that i'm a little bit unexperienced on this topic. I don't know where exactly i have to insert the CSS code to modify this aspect. Here there is an screenshot of where i'm triying to add the code. Sorry for probably a very obvious question and thank you.
clickable Media Box logo above Nav bar
Thanks to some great feedback from a forum member and reconfiguring page design, I've got a media box in upper left of a site, small nav area right of that, then a nav bar area below that. What's best section to use for a simple clickable logo graphic you want to take users to home page? Don't see a place to set destination URL in Media Box attributes?
I saw this website build with PageLines DMS:
I want to have a header that's VERY similar. However, with the fixed area, I'm struggling with how to do that.
I want to have a "super menu" under one of the tabs, and drop downs for others, a larger logo to the left like this, a search all the way to the right, and a call-to-action at the top like we see with "Donate" (I want "Request a Quote").
What area (fixed or header) is best to use for this, and, within that area, what are the best sections to place?
Logo doesn't update
Hi, I just upgraded to WHPro6 and cannot seem to do the simple task of updating the logo. Is there a back end way to do it or does it have to be done in DMS Editor? I select the logo and publish and I get nothing. There is no 'save' button and 'publish' just removes my logo selection.
Syncs with element also does nothing.
How do I change the height of first section of theme where the logo is added
By Umar Adil
I want to change the height of the first section of the theme where we have logo. My company logo looks very small and want to increase it. For that in DMS2 I have to change the height of the section. Please check the screen shot for details.