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  • I just added my own header logo, but it’s too low. It’s overlapping the menu buttons and there’s a lot of space above the logo. How to I move up the logo? My website is http://www.helpfultextbooks.com, and I have the Respect Theme. I pasted my header php below. I am extremely new at all this, so thank you for your help!

    Large amount of code removed… please use a pastebin. – mod

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  • @cbillington

    Within your CSS file change the following

    .logo {
        left: 11px;
        position: absolute;
        top: 28px;
    }

    to

    .logo {
        left: 11px;
        position: absolute;
        top: 10px;
    }

    ^JD

    Thanks for helping me JD! I did what you said, but it didn’t change anything. Here’s what is currently showing in the CSS file for the logo:

    [CSS code moderated – a link to your site is neough to access the styles]

    @cbillington

    Just checked you css file and it says the element still has the top: 28px; applied, the file I’m currently looking in is http://helpfultextbooks.com/wp-content/themes/theme1267/style.css

    ^JD

    I just double checked that it was set to 10px; and it was. I just copied this from my CSS:

    .logo {
    position: absolute;
    top: 10px;
    left: 11px;

    By the way, thanks for helping me man!

    @cbillington

    Ahh, its just updated my end, it seems to have jumped upwards the logo itself though now looks bigger and as a result is handing over the navigation bar.

    ^JD

    Hey JD! I went ahead and changed to font on my logo, and scaled it a bit to make it fit better. It’s good now. Thanks for all your help man!

    Chase

    @cbillington

    Cracking stuff, looking good

    ^JD

    Hey JD, I was wondering if you can help me with one more thing. Could you point me in the right direction for how to make a price comparison script or plugin for my website? Textbooks are my niche, and I would like my visitors to be able to type in the title of their textbooks, and see a list of all the prices for that one textbooks from only the stores that I have an affiliate account with. Then, my visitor clicks on the cheapest price and makes their purchase. I looked into the comparipress plugin, but their price comparison plugin doesn’t do what I’m wanting. Any advice on how to make something like that happen?

    Thanks,
    Chase

    @cbillington

    For something as custom as that a plugins never really going to do it, it could be worth really diving into the world of custom fields, it’s essentially a simple way of storing values within custom declared fields.

    http://codex.wordpress.org/Custom_Fields

    You can then create a custom search script which cycles through the titles and pulls out the essential content such as ISBN & affiliate link.

    ^JD

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