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Replacing Title with Image (logo)

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  • What do you mean “doesn’t display properly”?
    I can see the logo in IE perfectly.

    BTW are you trying to comment out // text-indent: -9999px;
    ? This is how to do it correctly.
    /*text-indent: -9999px;*/

    Thanks, haochi.

    I’ve uncommented that line correctly now…

    However, the page width remains problematic – it’s too wide (it extends beyond the margin of the template) and I haven’t figured that out.

    The logo seems to be poistioned OK, yet the description still doesn’t appear in IE, and in Safari it doesn’t begin at the left margin (where it should be!).

    Regards,
    John

    You can:
    1) change #logo‘s width to 500px or something like that, or
    2) apply padding-left:210px; or margin-left:210px; to the image inside #logo rather than #logo itself.

    Doing one of those two should fix the problem, #1 is preferred.

    Your tip didn’t “fix” the problem, so I went back to the original stylesheet – and started over. 🙁

    I discovered that the #img was the culprit:
    background:url(images/shadow.gif) no-repeat right bottom;

    Once I started there, I was able to adjust the padding, etc. – and now it looks OK.

    Thanks for your help!!
    John

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