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  • esmi

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    You seem to have uploaded the new image to the wrong folder. It needs to be uploaded to the child’s images folder.

    Interesting. Then is that all I do, replace that little bit with any .png file of mine?

    Ahh yes you were correct, I did accidentally modify the original style.css file. Although, I DID just go back and change the child one instead; made “wordpress.png” to “digisync.png” (the file I wish to upload) and still it is blank.

    I feel like it’s not as easy as just typing in whatever the file name is because there is nothing pointing to the directory of said file if I’m not mistaken.

    esmi

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    Yep. 🙂

    OHHHH WAIT… sorry nvmd. I see what you were saying. One sec… Lol sorry

    Ok so this is what I have:

    #site-generator a {
    background: url(images/digisync.png) center left no-repeat;
    color: #666;
    display: inline-block;
    line-height: 16px;
    padding-left: 20px;
    text-decoration: none;
    }

    I made an images folder in my twentyten-child folder and placed my .png file in THERE and then changed the code in my twentyten-child style.css file to the above.

    ok cool. At first nothing happened but then I realized when I made the “image” folder I used a capital ‘I’ and in the code it was looking for an “images” folder.

    So yeah it technically worked, but now its just a matter of adjusting the image so it looks pretty, which I fully expected so.. yeah! Thanks esmi!

    esmi

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    Forum Moderator

    Well, the image is now showing but you need to tweak the CSS by adding height:51px; and changing padding-left: 20px; to padding-left:165px;. Then add:

    #site-generator {width: 385px;}

    Alright thanks I’ll try that right now.

    cool that certainly cleaned it up. Thanks!

    For future reference (since as of this moment I haven’t decided the exact layout of the logo), what are those number representative of, the dimensions of space allocated to logo?

    I’ll probably be tweaking around with the numbers and stuff ’till I find something I like.
    Also, is there a way to adjust the location of the text in there, or is that generally a result of whatever numbers are used for the logo?

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