Tagged: eleven40 responsive logo header
Just yesterday I changed to the Genesis framework and the eleven40-theme, and so far I'm very pleased. I just have a problem I can't seem to figure out: in responsive my logo doesn't show, it just shows the right header widget. I've tried to play around a bit with the css as well as trying the Genesis Responsive Header-plugin, but I can't get it to work.
Could anyone help me with getting the logo to show up on all devices instead of the right header widget? My site is http://www.cocopia.net
Use Nick's responsive header plugin - http://designsbynickthegeek.com/plugins/genesis-responsive-header. You would generate different sizes of your logo to fit different mobile devices. Works great.
Thank you! But I already tried it and still nothing shows up.
Take a look at about line 213 in your style.css file. This code .header-image #title-area, .header-image #title, .header-image #title a is being float to the left and once you hit the tablet-portrait mode floating it left is making your social icons as well as your logo disappear.
Hopefully that will give you a start as to how to make everything mobile friendly.
-Rick R. Duncan
Thank you so much Rick!
I removed the float:left completely, so everything appeared. Would this be a problem? It hasn't changed the way the layout looks, but I don't know if it had another function as well that I can't see immediately. I then removed the background and the right header widget in the responsive, and activated the responsive header plugin. Besides the logo appearing in lesser quality and having a lot of blank space around the logo, it's okay until I figure out how to get it exactly how I want.
Would anyone know how to decrease the gap between the menu and the logo? I've been trying with padding and margin in the responsive-css without results.
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