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    Cia Williford
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    In a previous use of this template, when I placed a header, it placed it near the top of the main content area (which is where I wanted it). In this position, it was fully responsive in the mobile version. (See first photo.)

    However, now when I try to add a header in the same way, the template adds it as part of the background, the main content area, which doesn’t make any sense.

    It seems that now I have to place my header as a “banner” using a widget. However, the graphic in this position is no longer responsive and looks horrible in the mobile version. (See second photo.)

    Why the change? A header is not meant to go *behind* anything.
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    #21089
    Shekhar Bhandari
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    Hi Cia,
    You have uploaded a image in the text widget which is causing this problem.

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    Replace this with the below code which will make the logo responsive.

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    Thanks

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    #21090
    Cia Williford
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    Thank you for that, but still, why doesn’t the header work the way it used to? Why does the header now show up behind the main content? Just curious why the change. (Your “fix” took care of my problem just fine. Thanks again.)

    #15932
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Dear Cia,

    The first of your website uses the different theme called Preference and this theme is Preferential. They are different theme. Andre had phased out that Preference theme and built this theme called Preferential.

    So just to let you know that they are different theme and hope that’s clear.

    Thank you !

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