Various edits required Suffusion theme
As a user of the TNG/Wordpress integration, I’ve been obliged to change my theme from Twenty Twelve to Suffusion (otherwise the TNG software does not display correctly). However, I’m facing more than a few difficulties with this theme. For example, my blog is not changing the font to open sans and the background colour to white, despite editing and then saving these settings in the ‘Suffusion Options’ tab. My blog, using the Twenty Twelve theme, looked like this:
I would like my new blog to look like my Twenty Twelve blog because I do not like the aesthetics for Suffusion, even though I require it for the genealogy database. Can I create this effect in Suffison (where my header is not only image-based is not only in the top-left of the ‘blog space’ but also ‘beside’ the nav bar)? I tried to get a CSS code for this effect for my previous theme and this was resolved on a thread I made a month ago: Click here. Visually, I do not want the tabs that Suffusion provides either. Is there a way I can also retain the visual effect of Twenty Twelve (text-based Open Sans navigation bar)?
My website (currently on Suffusion) is: http://www.gnomi.co.uk
Under Skinning -> Header, I’ve clicked ‘Use a predefined image or logo’, uploaded my image and then saved my settings but the logo hasn’t appeared. What is going on?
If you have used the generic WP settings under Appearance → Header with a previous theme, those take precedence over Suffusion’s settings.
Thank you for responding, Sayontan. Well, I would like the header to be in the top-left corner and ‘100×100’ pixels. How do I do this?
Have you tried the options to position the header to the left and your menu in the center?
How do I do that? I’m sorry for asking so many questions; the whole thing is giving me a headache (Suffusion Options doesn’t seem to be working) and I seem to require baby steps. Many apologies for being useless.
Sorry, I didn’t notice that the link was empty.
I’m enjoying Suffusion very much. Is there anybody who can help me to achieve the same effect (as stated here) in Suffusion theme with the header and nav menu?
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