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Pinning an image to the page top

  • Ricardo Sam
    Member

    @ricardo-sam

    Hi,
    I’m trying out PATH and like it very much. However, I’d like to pin an image to the top of the pages, as part of the header area. I can do it as a background image, but it then moves around depending on the browser being used. Is there a better way to do this?
    Thanks
    Ricardo

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  • Theme Author Sami Keijonen
    Participant

    @samikeijonen

    I’m not sure is there a better way. Can you link to your site, so that I can take a look what you mean.

    Ricardo Sam
    Member

    @ricardo-sam

    Thanks for your response, Sami, my blog is at provocate.com.au. The issue that concerned me is the portrait image – if I aligned it with the right hand side of the text area (by padding it on the right hand side), then on a tablet browser I found the sub header text (All things architecture, urban living, and design) would overlap the image.
    So placing the image on the right hand side with no padding as it is now works OK for both PC and tablet, and on a mobile phone it’s acceptable.
    So if there’s no better way of doing it, then I’m getting to like the current layout anyway, so no worries.
    Thanks,
    Ricardo

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