Metro Pro – Responsive Header Image

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  • #119218

    garmischgirl
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    Hello – I’m looking for help with Metro Pro header image on mobile devices. When viewing on an iPad mini, the header image (logo) is chopped off. I found a few articles about modifying the functions.php and CSS but they are complicated, and I fear breaking the site. I tried some modification in the Media Queries section without success. Has anyone had luck optimizing Metro Pro for mobile devices? All tips are appreciated – thanks for your help. This is a development site: http://scausatf.wpengine.com/
    username: demo
    password: demo

    http://scausatf.wpengine.com/
    #119269

    JanHoek
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    The url you posted is not working. (redirect to your login page)


    Hi, my name is Jan Hoek. Sure, they all say I have a big head, but I like to think it’s way too small for all my ideas.

    #119279

    garmischgirl
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    Yes, it’s a development site – please login: http://scausatf.wpengine.com
    username: demo
    password: demo

    Thanks.

    #119330

    JanHoek
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    This is a classic problem with Gensis Users. And a lot is writen about it. Did you search the forum? http://www.studiopress.com/forums/?s=responsive+logo


    Hi, my name is Jan Hoek. Sure, they all say I have a big head, but I like to think it’s way too small for all my ideas.

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    John
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    Breaking sites is a great way to learn what works and what doesn’t. Nice thing about breaking a website is that it’s easy to put back together again! But like Jan said, this is a classic problem with Genesis/StudioPress, and the way to fix it has been written. For example, How to replace the StudioPress background header image with a real image logo.


    John Sundberg | blackhillswebworks.com
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