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    I contacted via twitter last night and thanks for the advice already, I am a bit of a php novice so struggling to sort this one out.

    I’ve uploaded a image for the header but what I would really like is to be able to position it to the left of the site title. Is there any way of doing that? Or am I better creating a header banner and uploading that then disabling the title and description?

    Thanks for any help and advice


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  • Oh and for reference if your interested the site in question is

    Hello youhavemyword!

    You mean change the blue rainbow to the left of the site. Is that correct?

    If you feel comfortable modifying the CSS and creating a child theme, you could change the CSS for the site to show the site logo on the left and the site description and title on the right. But the simplest solution would be to create a header banner and disabling the title and description.


    I mean the image of the person, the blue rainbow is actually the background image.

    Scott – I’ll sort out a header banner as I am not comfortable writing CSS yet.

    Thanks all for your help

    1 – Install the plugin: My Custom CSS and fire it up on your Dasboard
    2 – Paste the code below: {
        width: 72px;
        height: 97px;
        display: block;
        margin-left: 79px; /*change this value as you like and test the changes on the browser */

    3- Save it and done 🙂

    I’ll mark this as resolved. Be sure to reply if you still have any questions on this topic.

    Let’s say I’ve made that CSS change… where do I put a new image if I want to replace, say, the header image? Or the icon for the sidebar menu?

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