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  • Hi everyone,

    I have been trying to solve this problem for about 2 hours now with no luck yet. Basically, I need to remove the logo in the top left corner, and move the main image up roughly 35 px. Ideally, I’d actually like to move the main image all the way up against the orange toolbar, and float the navigation bar over the main image. I’m not sure how to do that with WordPress, because I don’t know how to target this specific page. If someone has any advice or solutions for me, I would appreciate it very, very much.

    Here is the website in question.

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  • I’d have to know your theme and would prefer to do so without changing any core WP files.

    And fyi the proper link for your site is

    So it’s difficult to proffer any solution(s) without knowing your theme. Presumably, there should be something under appearance > theme options > delete your logo … and that would push the main image up.

    Then if your theme has a custom CSS section, you could fiddle with the margins with that, if needed.

    Oops … anyway, any more information you could provide could be helpful.

    Thank you,

    I meant to include that. My theme name is YAMINTH and the developer site is here:

    When you say it’s in theme options, there is an option to insert text instead of the logo, but my problem is that I only want to remove the logo on the main page. I know it’s possible to apply a CSS style to only one page, but I had to leave the main page unnamed to keep the title from showing up on the main page.

    Yikes, that’s totally not the theme for this site, that’s for another site.

    This theme is Passion Reloaded:



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    I’m sorry but as you are using a commercial theme, you need to seek support from the theme’s developer/vendor. We do not support commercial themes here.

    Just add this to your custom CSS (recommended) or style.css:

    #logo {
    display:none !important;

    Is there an efficient way to put that statement in the main stylesheet, and have it apply only to the index.php/front page?

    Oh … well, open up your wp-content/themes/passion-reloaded/index.php (most likely … I don’t know your theme), and at the top of that page, just above the:

    <div id="primary" class="site-content">
    		<div id="content" role="main">

    [Please post code & markup between backticks or use the code button. Your posted code may now have been permanently damaged by the forum’s parser.]

    Or wherever your html starts, put:

    <style type=”text/css”>
    #logo {
    display:none !important;

    Hm, well, that did work very well, but unfortunately it removed the logo from every page.

    I’m confused now. It shouldn’t remove the logo from your posts, pages, archives, categories, etc. …

    Do you want to make me a temporary login and password so I can look around in that theme and try to understand it?

    Other than that, they have to have a support forum for this theme and their other themes …. which they do, located here.



    Forum Moderator

    @cma2032: Please do not pass out login information to forum members. You should also be aware that, as you are using a commercial theme, you need to seek support from the theme’s developer/vendor. We do not support commercial themes here.

    @jasonpaulweber: I realise that you are only trying to help but please do not solicit login information from posters.

    That would be great, if you don’t mind. Do you have an email address I can send the login information to?

    @esmi: I had written this before reading your reply, and thank you for looking out for me. I understand that I would be doing this at my own risk. I will post on the Theme forum and ask for help. Thank you.

    Well, I’ve done it a lot in the past, esmi. I understand it’s not recommended in most cases unless you trust the person. But if he/she trusts me, then it should be up to that person.

    Regardless, my email is my username at gmail.


    I’ve sent you an email. Thank you.

    It will most likely involve writing a conditional tag that tells your WP “if this is the front page, do not show the logo. Otherwise, show the logo” …

    I’m trying to think of how to write this.

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