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The issue is resolved. Thanks again for your help – I really appreciate it!
Hi – actually – one more question: is it possible for me to move up the phone number and link to be centered with the logo?
Hi Rikard – sorry – the widget is now in the header. The elements are there, but I can’t get then to align correctly (per the screen shot).
Sure – actually if you look at the home page, the image on the top is the one for desktop, and the one below is for mobile – I just left both on the page so it would be easier for you to see.
OK – yes, I can see you are correct. Another issue: the top logo on the page is sitting too far above the line of text below it. I’ve cropped the image, but I can get it to be closer to the line of text (Two iconic buildings. One amazing development). I’ve include the login below.
Thanks very much
Thank you. That worked pretty well, but let me ask you this, which may be a better resolution: I’m current using the extra menu elements above the menu, is there a way to suppress these elements for mobile?
Thanks. The code works great for the big slider area, and areas on the home page that have a #00000 background. However, there is one areas that has a white background. That area is the ‘about us’ section, and when you click the menu, the black box is present. If that can be resolved it would be great.
Thanks very much
HI – which html document are you referring to? I’m using a video as a background, with the settings below:
Hi – so possibly this is not going to get resolved. It’s ok, I will just not use a logo. However, there is another issue which I do need to resolve. When the home page loads, a black box, which must be the slide overlay, only projects partially on the screen, rather than on the full width. Is there a way to resolve this?
For sure it does, but having a transparent logo appearing was not the issue. The problem is the way it renders when the page is loaded. I left it on so you can see the problem. The code that was provided above is not in the custom css, but if you drop it in, you will see that it creates another issue.
Using that code, the transparent header selected, and a logo with a transparent background uploaded to the transparent logo area. here is what I got:
HI – I can change the logo color, but yes, please do give me the CSS to change the background of the element.
Aah – that makes sense. If there’s no reasonably easy way to keep it while, I’ll just make the whole thing green.No a problem at all. Thanks
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