I am creating a website in WordPress to basically duplicate an HTML website at another location (http://wmsl.fm) and I'm working in a sandbox domain (http://jnicoledunn.com). Notice how the layout of the header is on the HTML website - the shield logo overhangs the navigation menu. That's what is currently kicking my teeth in.
To accomplish the "overhang" of the logo, I followed the instructions in this article: http://journalxtra.com/websiteadvice/wordpress/themes/studiopress-genesis-theme-framework/how-to-overhang-a-wordpress-header-image-in-genesis-5268/ - and added three widgets instead of two in the header. I had to modify a couple of sections because even though he said in the comments to just add three widgets, there was a little more to do. For instance, I had to remove the "clear:left;" part for the Center Header widget because that doesn't allow for other items to be floated left of the item it pertains to.
However, when I place the log in the Left Header widget, it overhangs just fine. But, when I place it in the Center Header it doesn't overhang. I think I've got all the other items handled.
Any help getting this completed would be greatly appreciated.
That worked perfectly. I've been pulling my hair out trying to make this work and I missed that. I knew it was something simple, just didn't know what. I thought maybe my z-axis was incorrect or that the nav bar and the header were in different <div>'s so the z-axis didn't apply to them.
Thanks so much for helping here. Good to go.
Athens, GA USA
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