So very frustrated with myself on this. Have added a logo to .header-image #title-area but can not get it centered. I've messed with the css so much I've probably got it all screwed up. Regardless, if someone could take a look and tell me if something stands out, I'd really like to move past this and work on the rest of the site.
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Thanks a lot!
You need to change the float:left to float:none or delete it.
Doak Heggeness, WordPress Development | Website
Doak, thanks for looking and responding. However, I've tried that. Float: right works as expected but Float: none or just deleting do not work, it remains on the left.
Currently it's Float: none but as you will see, it doesn't matter.
Hi Landon, have you tried this?
Add "background-position: center !important;" to the #header rule
I found it in the archived posts just now. Not sure where to add it (stylesheet etc) but I remember using it recently and it worked.
Hope it helps
Leanne, I had no luck with that either. It looks like after the fact the other person working on this placed...
<a title="Home" href="http://www.magicmomentsdvd.com"><img alt="mmlogo1.png" src="http://magmo.dev4.webenabled.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/mmlogo1.png" /></a>
directly into the Genesis Theme Settings>Header and Footer Scripts.
Is this a suitable way of doing it? It doesn't 'feel' right.
Leanne, I just ran into this again on a different site and your suggestion to add background-position: center !important; did the trick.
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