I am using the boxed medium format and the header is moving to the right of the page not centered and it cuts off the header. I have tried many scenarios to get it to work properly even removing the header all together and using only widgetkit and when I try using only the header then the height isn’t maintained… Can you help with this issue?
Hi Delma…do you have a link to the page this is showing?
As for the header height not being maintained, I used the WP Header feature for the background of the banner area. The height is done from the style.css with a min-height so that it shows a little of the background on every page and will adjust in height based on whatever banner or slider is put into the Banner widget position (which sits where the header background is).
What you will see is the minimum height is too narrow so it cuts off the logo…
Take a look and you will see what it looks like using only the header. If I place widgetkit without the banner than it stays to the right of the page cutting off the banner. If you want to see that as well than let me know…
Increasing the minimum height may fix this feature?
First thing…your page background. When you upload your page background, set the horizontal position as “center’ and this will keep your hockey background centered.
For the height of the Banner background, you mentioned it’s too small in height. To change this, you will have to install/activate the child theme for Circumference so you can make some modifications. This allows you to get updates to the theme without losing your modifications. The other option is to use a plugin that lets you edit CSS. The height is adjusted to by this:
So you would have to add your custom changes such as:
However, when I looked at your red Casper hockey banner, I think it’s best to use the Banner widget position for this one which will show up on every page (or select pages) and not as the banner background image (using the WP header feature). This way, you get a true height and width of your banner image that will also be responsive. You would get the file URL of your banner image and use html in a text widget to load the image….or an image plugin widget like someone used the other day: http://wordpress.org/plugins/banner-upload/
Well I did as you said, and used the banner widget and now the Banner is too far to the right. I do have it on the site now so you can see it. All styles are centered… Take a look and see what you think?