Support » Plugin: Easy Logo » Logo not displaying properly

  • Resolved aml3ht



    I’ve just downloaded your plugin but I’m not sure I pasted <?php show_easylogo(); ?> in the right place in my header.php
    My logo (still working on it so it’s not perfect) appears on the left side of my website as I wished but it appears behind my website’s name and also seems to have brought my header image down.
    My website is :

    Could you please help me ? Thanks !

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  • Plugin Author Varun Kumar



    Sorry for a late response. I tried viewing the link you have provided, somehow it’s not accessible at the moment.

    By reading the description you have provided, seems like you need to remove the code which displays the site title. If you are still facing the problem, let me know which themes you are using and the code in header.php file.

    Feel free to reach me by email.

    Thread Starter aml3ht



    Thanks for your answer. I had disabled the plugin as it was not displaying properly, sorry. It’s now back on. Unfortunately I still can’t make it work and the hover effect I added doesn’t seem to work either 🙁

    I’m using the Mira theme and here is my header.php code :
    * @package WordPress
    * @subpackage Mira
    <!DOCTYPE html>
    <html <?php language_attributes(); ?>>

    <meta charset=”<?php bloginfo( ‘charset’ ); ?>”>

    <meta name=”viewport” content=”width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0″>

    <?php wp_head(); ?>


    <?php $mt_header_display = ot_get_option( ‘mt_header_display’);

    switch ($mt_header_display) {

    case ‘mt_header1’:
    get_template_part(‘include/assets/section’, ‘header1’);

    case ‘mt_header2’:
    get_template_part(‘include/assets/section’, ‘header2’);

    case ‘mt_header3’:
    get_template_part(‘include/assets/section’, ‘header3’);

    get_template_part(‘include/assets/section’, ‘header1’);
    <?php show_easylogo(); ?>

    Plugin Author Varun Kumar


    I assume you are not much familiar with PHP so I will try my best to explain in normal. The theme you are using has implemented the standard header template in a different way. There are multiple header options available and you must have picked one of them from theme’s option panel.

    In your theme directory, go to include > assets > section folder. Probably you will find some header files there like header1, header2 and so on. Based on which header you have selected in your theme’s option panel you will have to edit one of these header files.

    Please note: This may not be the best solution if you are not a web developer.

    Thread Starter aml3ht


    Indeed I have chosen the 2nd suggested header.
    I can try to edit the header file with my boyfriend who’s a developer so I don’t make mistakes and if it doesn’t work I will change it back.

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