Support » Theme: Twenty Twenty-One » logo align

  • Hi,

    I’m using WordPress 5.9.1 with twenty twenty-one and the plugins “options for twenty twenty-one” and “twentig”.
    I want to align my site logo to the left in the header. Therefore I set the “logo align” under Appearance –> customize –> Header options on “LEFT”.
    If the nav bar (appearance –> customize –> Nav options : Move Nav below header) is below the header, the logo is appearing in the center, no matter what aligmment I give. If the nav bar is in the header, the logo is on the left, also no matter what alignment I give.
    My site title and tagline are not displayed. The size of my logo is 250*85px.
    It looks like that “logo align” setting is not working. Anyone an idea what’s wrong? Thanks in advance.

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  • Go to “Customizer – Site Identity – Display Site Title and Tagline” and tick that box.

    Go to “Customizer – Header Options – Hide Site Title” and tick that box.

    Go to “Customizer – Header Options – Hide Site Description” and tick that box.

    Go to “Customizer – Nav Options – Move Nav Below Header” and untick that box.

    The logo should now be displayed above the navigation and can be aligned with “Cusotmizer – Header Options – Logo Align”.

    Please note that it is not advisable to use two plugins that do the same job as they won’t be tested against each other and will likely produce undesirable results.

    Please also note that this is the support forum for the theme, not the plugins you mention.

    Oliver

    Moderator Jan Dembowski

    (@jdembowski)

    Forum Moderator and Brute Squad

    “options for twenty twenty-one”

    If you have a question about that plugin then please ask in that plugin’s support forum instead.

    https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/options-for-twenty-twenty-one/

    Or keep it here but limit it to just CSS and the theme’s built-in customizer options.

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