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How do I fix header Orientation?

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  • You can try switching the order of the DIV’s titled “title-area” and “widget-area” in your header.php file.

    That might work, but it may also mess up something else. Worth a try though.

    If you have FTP access, be sure to create a copy of your header.php file before you make the switch, just in case you need to switch it back.

    Otherwise, at least copy the entire header.php code and paste in to a text file using Word Pad or something similar. That way you can put the correct code back in if the switch jacks up your site.

    it is off of the Genesis Frame work, using the Mocha theme.
    There is a Style.css that controls it.

    I’d like to have the header centered behind the widget

    Any suggestions?


    Yes, it can be done.

    Looks like you’ve already tried some CSS changes…???

    Your blog: http://www.evcoop.com/
    Default theme: http://www.studiopress.com/demo/mocha.html

    Might help for you to reset all CSS to the default, then let’s see what can be done.

    Or…you may check to see if there is some type of navigation alignment setting in your framework/template controls…

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