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  • Hello,

    I am using the theme ‘Resolution’ and I want to make the Logo appear bigger on my page. I’ve been trying to find it within the editor but I’m afraid I’ll change something and break it. Does anyone know where I should be looking exactly and which numbers I should be changing?

    Thanks for the help!


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  • Can we have the link to your website?

    Also, which Resolution theme are you using? If it is a premium theme, please ask support from the developer.

    I don’t have the premium version unfortunately.

    Site is :

    Hi there, this CSS code –

    .logo-image {width:100%;height:200px;}

    it will fill up the entire top blank space of your header.

    hmm that seems to have just expanded the header but the image size has stayed the same… I’ve gone through and searched for image and logo with in the css code and changed any pixels that are given as options nothing seems to fix it though.

    Its because your HTML code is specifying a fixed width and height (217×70).

    <div id="logo-image" class="pull-left">
      <a href="">
        <img src="" width="217" height="70" alt=" Logo">
      <h1 class="site-title"><a href=""></a></h1>

    In most of these themes, you need to use their interface to upload an image and assign it to the logo image. That puts it in the MySql database as a theme option.

    There is code somewhere in your theme that is forcing the header to be this 217×70 pixel height. You need to find it in the PHP file for the theme and take those width and height settings out. Then, use the CSS width 100% code suggested above to expand the logo so that it will always fit the parent container it is in.

    Thanks for the help!

    Your welcome Keith.

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