Logo in Going Green (same as others too?)

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    abiconsulting
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    I searched and didn’t find a great solution to putting a logo onto a page. It seems like this is such a common feature it would be obvious. I do however see I can create a full-width banner, but that won’t allow me to work on placement as the width of the page changes (Going Green is responsive, after all). Am I required to create a special second banner for the mobile version? Seems odd that such a polished set of themes would be missing this, so I assume I’m missing something simple.

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    SoZo
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    Adding different logos for each responsive section is the best way to control what is displayed.


    John “Nicolas Flamel” Wright | SoZo’s design| John Wright Photography

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    abiconsulting
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    Could you please elaborate or send me a link to instructions? How many different sizes would I have to create? Why isn’t there a simple way to add a logo? That seems like a common item to me.

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    SoZo
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    I’ve never come across any instructions. You’d add as many different ones as you wanted. The custom header function applies the image to the background of the #header div so you would add rules with that selector and a background property. Probably need to add !important as well. e.g. #header { background: url(images/your_image.png) !important;}


    John “Nicolas Flamel” Wright | SoZo’s design| John Wright Photography

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