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Wrong Logo shows on mobile

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Hi Enrique,


I'm using your Voyant theme here:




I've added my logo, however when I go to the site on mobile (iphone), it shows the "Voyant" logo.  I cleared the pagelines Cache and no luck. Can you help me troubleshoot please?



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I asume that to show the logo in mobiles you are using the follow code:




Is that right?


As you can see the image is set in the follow line:


/*Replace with your logo URL*/


You need to change that path to your image, you can see post about this here http://forum.pagelines.com/topic/36394-display-logo-in-mobile-view/

Enrique Chavez - Premium DMS Themes, Sections and Plugins.


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Hi Enrique,


Thanks for the help. The logo is now showing.... the only issue is that the menu is now on top of the logo (so it can't fully be read). 


I tried to make the logo smaller, but it was expanded to still go across the full width of the menu bar (behind the menu).


Can you advise how to get it to not have the menu on top if it? For reference, here's what I'm seeing....




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