Here’s the pity plea: Normally, I would play around and try things until I figured it out, but my husband is getting ECT (shock treatments) 3 days a week and it’s eating up all my time taking him to and from the treatments (in a nearby town). While most of my clients are completely understanding, this particular client has been waiting quite a while and is showing signs of impatience.
I tried simply inserting an image into the header.php file (in the parent folder), next to the logo, but it showed up as a broken link, and below the logo (name). I probably could have figured out how to add a style that would float it to the left of the logo, but I don’t know why the image showed as broken. And I’d prefer it be in the far right corner of the header.
I used . Then I tried but that didn’t work either.
The best way would be to add it to the site title as part of the logo, otherwise there’s a lot of recoding and restructuring of the theme header.php file.
The only other method would be to add another column container in the header. Right now it has two, 1 is the logo, the other is the nav container. Adding a third would be the seal image (but to be honest, it creates an imbalance visually if it’s off to the right). As for your code, you almost got it right, but you would need to do a full url path to the image (with the http://www…/image.jpg ) cedar-creek.jpg
Actually, I had tried that, but the image wouldn’t resize to fit the larger “logo”. It stayed at the size of the current logo and looked horrible. I couldn’t find anywhere to modify that. I had renamed it so it wouldn’t be the same as what’s there, but that didn’t affect the pixel size.
I’ll delete the current image and try again.
The container for the logo uses a class span of span4 and the nav container uses a class of span8. So if you need the logo to be bigger without auto resizing (as this is a responsive theme), you would need to change those two container spans to be:
span5 for the logo container and span7 for the navigation (which means your nav container will be smaller in width.