Support » Theme: Storefront » Logo AND site title

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  • Without creating a child theme and modifying the PHP code to show both the logo and title/tagline, the only other option I see for doing this would be to move your menu navigation into the ‘Secondary Menu’ menu location and set the ‘Primary Menu’ location as an empty menu.

    Then, you would create a Custom HTML widget with your logo/title/tagline and then you could use some CSS to move it around to the correct location.

    Hi Jarret,
    thanks for your interest. I’ll try but need help.
    Can you please write both the html and css codes?
    thanks!

    By the way, is there a way to ask WP/WC to implement it?

    Hi @lucacdq,

    I think there could possibly be a couple of easier options for you to accomplish having a logo, a site title, and tagline.

    We’re (WooCommerce support) not able to help write the CSS for you, but I would use a ::before selector to add your logo to the existing site title/tagline. Then further CSS can help style and position it.

    You can read more about the ::before selector here.

    We highly recommend contacting one of the services on our Customizations page if you were interested in hiring someone to write this code for you (https://woocommerce.com/customizations/)

    I hope that helps.

    sprockettechweb

    (@sprockettechweb)

    I am trying to accomplish the same thing. I used a :before pseudo element to add the logo. But the Title is not properly responsive and goes on top of the logo. I would also like the Title to be in H1 tag instead of just in a Div. I think that would resolve my above problem too. Where in the PHP files would I make the change?

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