August 24, 2013 at 6:27 pm #6776
Hopefully you can help me out with this.
I’d like to have an image (for a logo) of 100px x 100px in front (to the left) of the title and tagline. Just like the title it should also link to the homepage. And if possible it should still be responsive together with the rest of the header.
Do you know how to pull that off?
Thank you in advance!
HashimAugust 24, 2013 at 10:29 pm #6784
Check out my comment here – http://appfinite.com/topic/logon-inover-nav-bar/#post-3613
There are a lot of other posts that you can search for here in the forums that already explain how it works. The link above explains the basics. Nick croft also has a plugin that may help that you could try if you want – http://designsbynickthegeek.com/plugins/genesis-responsive-header
August 25, 2013 at 4:16 pm #6813
Thank you Eric for sending me the links to the topics.
I actually don’t want to replace the title and description. I just want an image on the far left of the header with the title and description to the right of the image. A lot of what is being mentioned is a little bit too complicated for me to understand. It’d really help if I’d know exactly what steps to take to get it done.
Do you think you could help me with that?
HashimAugust 26, 2013 at 11:28 am #6830
The image size for the header has been successfully adjusted. And I’ve got the image uploaded.
The only problem is that when I want the Header text shown with the image, the text is right on top of the image. Do you know how I can push the header text a little bit to the right so it won’t cover the image?
Thank you in advance!
HashimAugust 26, 2013 at 9:54 pm #6849
Do you have a link where this is taking place? I would need it in order to see what’s going on.
August 27, 2013 at 4:03 am #6871
I keep forgetting that. My apologies!
This is the url:
Thank you in advance!
HashimAugust 27, 2013 at 1:58 pm #6885
You can add padding-left to the “#title” and or the “#description” in your css and that would push it over.
September 2, 2013 at 8:01 am #7035
Thank you for your suggestion of the left padding. It looks great on my laptop. I hope you can help me make it look just as great on mobile devices.
I changed the size for the header image in the functions.php file as you suggested. Now it’s set to 120px x 90px. And it looks perfect on my laptop! Also I’ve got the responsive header plugin and I’ve uploaded different sizes of the image which I resized relatively to the different screen sizes. Strangely the header image doesn’t change the way it should. Could it be because of the dimensions set up in the functions.php file? Or is because the responsive header plugin doesn’t support the dimensions of my images?
Whatever the reason may be, do you know how to keep my header image just as perfect on different screen sizes such as mobile devices?
Also I noticed that the because of the padding, the distance between the title area and the image stays the same as on my laptop and looks big on a mobile device.
Is there a way to get the title area to the right of the header image in a way that the distance between the image and the title sort of stays the same relatively?
Thank you in advance!
HashimSeptember 5, 2013 at 7:30 am #7119
Did you manage to find a solution for this problem?
Thank you in advance!
HashimSeptember 5, 2013 at 1:57 pm #7127
No I haven’t, I’ve been pretty busy lately. I took a quick look, but couldn’t figure out what it was. Try using firebug and inspect the code specifically for the responsive section in the css since that’s what you’re trying to adjust.
September 5, 2013 at 3:02 pm #7131This reply has been marked as private.September 6, 2013 at 12:18 am #7143
@Hashim, I’m not sure why you would say anything like that, I have helped you plenty of times. I’ll be honest, when I read things like this, it really makes me think you don’t appreciate the free help I’ve already given you before. Just take a sec and look at all of the times I’ve helped! Please be patient and grateful, and remember you are definitely not the only person here. Also remember, this is not my website, I haven’t created any of the themes here, I offer my help here for free. I am not paid to do this, nor am I, or anyone else REQUIRED to answer each and every single question. Please at least read the forum rules – http://appfinite.com/topic/forum-rules/ Most of what you are asking goes beyond the scope of support. Please don’t abuse the support forum by requesting someone to do all of the work for you and get upset because they are not able to. I’m not just referring to YOU or just this post, this goes for anyone reading this.
To get a full understanding, I’d recommend you read my comment here – http://appfinite.com/topic/change-slider-widgets-to-mobile-responsive/#post-6740 Another user was requesting a ton of custom code constantly and did not seem to understand what Support Forum actually is. This forum is to help you fix issues that the theme has caused. If you want to make customizations to your site, that’s fine, but you should not expect someone to take the time out of their day to give this all to you for free, while you charge your clients for the work someone else did. Again, I’m not just talking about you, this is for anyone is general.
As mentioned in that link above, you paid for a theme only, you didn’t pay for premium support. Most companies charge for support, but Wes has chosen to offer support for free. There is never any guarantees to answer or fix all of your problems, especially when the support is free. Again, you paid for a theme, you did not pay for Premium Unlimited Support. In my opinion, No one can offer Unlimited Support for a lifetime, it doesn’t scale, and it doesn’t make sense. If you paid 24 bucks for a theme, you can’t expect someone to answer all of your questions, and customize your site for the rest of their life. Surely you’re not that type of person.
If people are not going to be grateful for the help they are getting here, then I’ll probably just not answer posts as much as I used to, because apparently everyone seems to be taking advantage of me, and expecting me to design their entire sites for free. That’s simply not fair, whatsoever. And I’ll tell you what I tell anyone else, if you want customizations that go beyond the scope of support, you will need to hire a developer to do this for you. What you need to realize is that I actually helped you even when your questions went beyond the scope of support. But don’t worry, if you don’t appreciate what I’ve been giving you, then I will stay out of your way and let another community member answer your question. That’s the good thing about a Community Forum. Hopefully someone else can help you setup your site and fix the issues that you created for free. I’m choosing not to since this is simply not my responsibility, its not my site or themes, and I’m starting to get the wrong vibe. I would prefer we keep things positive and just move on have someone else who can help you better than I can since apparently I’m not getting the job done 😉 No worries, and I won’t be offended, but lets just have someone else help you with this.
Anytime I see a post like this, I make sure they understand my purpose, and the purpose of a COMMUNITY FORUM. It’s no different than any other FREE forum. This isn’t the first time I’ve had to mention all of this, so don’t worry 😉
September 6, 2013 at 12:55 am #7155Jason MCustomer
I’m not sure what @hashim said, but I have seen other users who take advantage of some of the supporters here as you’ve said.
The very first thing I did was read the forum rules. If others would do this, then none of this stuff would ever have to be mentioned. The same problem exists on other forums too Eric, it’s not just happening to you. Head over to WordPress.org and just read some of the rude, impatient, picky, and ungrateful people there if you want a good laugh. They expect you to do absolutely everything, and then they get upset if you can’t answer one little thing. These people do not care about you nor do they care or value your time. It’s all about them…and if that’s there attitude, CHARGE THEM! I do. I have plenty of picky clients, but at least they pay.September 6, 2013 at 3:49 am #7158
Thank you for your reply!
Let me first start off by offering you my sincere apologies. It’s amazing how you’re helping so many people on this forum for free in your own free time. As a father of three little children with responsibilities towards a community I understand the value of time. So knowing that you’re doing this in your free time I really truly appreciate everything you’ve done to help me.
It’s my misunderstanding that you are doing this as a job sort of like a customer service agent online. I had no idea that you’re doing this for free. I think my confusion came from buying the Genesis Framework from StudioPress who offer Unlimited Support. And the support can be requested through a support ticket. But they directed me toward this forum because my question was related to the Epik theme. Hence my misunderstanding.
I understand clearly now how the support on this forum works. Thank you for explaining and I hope you’ll accept my apologies.
HashimSeptember 7, 2013 at 11:24 am #7214
Great! Glad we cleared that up. No worries 🙂
Once I get back in town, I’ll take another look at your site later tonight or tomorrow morning as soon as I get back in front of my computer.
September 12, 2013 at 9:58 pm #7372
The problem is solved. I found this plugin which helped me load an image in to the title area of the header instead of the entire header and replace the text of it. This way the image is also responsive. The plugin is called Genesis Club Lite.
Thank you for are your help with this!
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