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  • #89230

    jeepkid99
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    Hello,

    Updated Genesis and Education theme to latest designs and the logo now aligns itself to the far left side of the page, not centered like it normally is, with the logo directly above the HOME button on the menu.

    Site can be seen here: http://motorcycleinsuranceoregon.com

    Can someone help? The logo area is 1140×120, but again, you can see the mis-alignment.

    Thank you in advance!

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    http://motorcycleinsuranceoregon.com
    #89268

    AC
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    I was able to see a cached version of your site before the switch.

    Your current site is using a header image that looks like this – http://motorcycleinsuranceoregon.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/JC-Morris-Logo.png.

    The previous version of your site seen in your cache version is this – http://motorcycleinsuranceoregon.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/JCMORRIS1.png.

    It looks like you uploaded or selected the incorrect header.

    #89279

    jeepkid99
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    Post count: 10

    Thank you for your reply. This header that you’re referring to was simply edited and moved over in our logo creation software. We would prefer to not have to do this, but just upload the logo normally. The logo that is currently there is uploaded as it would be normally.

    If it helps, this occurred when we upgraded from Genesis 1.8.2 to the latest 2.0 versions.

    #89282

    AC
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    Look for this:

    #wrap #header {
        margin: 0;
        padding: 0;
    }

    You can change the margin to something like:

    margin: 0 55px;

    Play around with it to get it to your liking.

    #89696

    jeepkid99
    Member
    Post count: 10

    This fixed it! I set the margin to: 0 250px;

    Thank you so much! It was driving me crazy!

    #89701

    AC
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    You’re welcome.

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