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See the instructions that tell you the exact size for an image logo in your StudioPress theme. These step-by-step instructions show you how to add a logo to the Genesis Children's Theme. Build a books catalog within your website to show off your books in detail in individual and archived view as well as in any Widget area.

Build a books catalog within your website to show off your books in detail in individual and archived view as well as in any widget area. It is a customizable e-commerce topic pre-configured for WooCommerce so you can setup your own shop anytime. Using the Customize Theater you can customize the themes preferences, color and contents and preview these changes in real tim.

Create your website with 5 home page widgets that you can customise to your own unique style. Load your own logo at the push of a button. Just click on the logo. The design is portable, so your website will be optimised for every type of web browsers, devices and monitor sizes.

Adding an illustration logo to a StudioPress topic

See the directions that tell you the precise sizes for an artwork logo in your StudioPress topic. Larger pictures are cut by WordPress automatic. Make sure that the logo picture is the right one. When you' re in the premier web host industry from a trusted partner, why not check out StudioPress Sites.

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The Genesis Childrens' Theme Logo

Tonight we're going to talk about logo, especially how you can put your logo on a Genesis children's topic. Your design supports a user-defined headers? Navigate to your WordPress dashboard, look at the Appearance panel and see if the headers are included as an optional item. A YES response means that your design has added user-defined headers as well.

Choose "Image logo" from the drop-down list and don't forgot to remember to save your preferences before exiting the page. I need you to load your logo onto the servers. This can be done either via the WordPress uploader or by placing your logo in the picture directory of your topic. This is a more logic choice because the library should be used for your contents and your theme's picture book should contain themes.

Whatever you pick, take the picture to your picture with the URI. Up to now, what I have talked about has applied to every Genesis children's topic. Henceforth, I will become quite specialized with some sample codes that you may need to customize, based on the children's topic you use. In this example, I'll show you how to apply a logo to the Utility Pro design.

Opens the topic styles. Open your topic in a text editing tool. We will use the background-capability of css to display our picture. You have to find out where to show the logo in the CSS. Look at your website in a web browser, move your cursor over the page heading and right-click.

You should now see the HTML and the corresponding HTML behind your page name. The example of the utility topic looks like this: Note that the page header will appear within a div containing the category title-area. If you have modified your design preferences to allow an icon instead of dynamically generated text, you will receive a small extrass.

This is the class of CSS we strive for in our backgrounds, also in your design. Like always, there's a good chance your subject is strange and you're looking for another one. Copying the picture files for your picture files you created in stage 1. Go to your own custom styles. See the CSF files you opened intep 2.

Don't forgot to store your styles. Send a bss image and load it to the servers! Your logo should *be* visible here. It is possible that your logo is truncated (in this case you have to work on the features size and width). If you can have both, why bother with a page header or a logo?

Here is a step-by-step guide on how to insert a logo in front of your page name.

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