Adding a Relative Logo to Header

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    keyelementmedia
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    I believe I’ve accomplished this before with the same theme, however I’m running into issues on this project. I have a logo that we want to have span over the menu from the header. So, I created a style for the logo, with absolute positioning, added a relative position to the #header style and then added a DIV to the header hook. It is almost as I want it, however the logo cuts off at the bottom of the header instead of hanging over as desired. I modified the z-index….I even tried moving the menu of the way to see if it was actually being cut off and it is.

    Thoughts?

    Development link: http://184.168.235.126/

    This is on the Corporate Child Theme.


    Thank you, Jared

    #3162

    nickthegeek
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    Find #header in your style sheet and remove “overflow: hidden;”

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    keyelementmedia
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    Thanks, that is what I was overlooking.


    Thank you, Jared

    #3190

    ChicGeek
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    Closing this thread since it’s resolved.


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