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  • #3121

    Coach Sbn
    Member

    Hi
    The default header is placed in the middle of the header background.
    I’d like to move it to the left like it is in the Xi preview.
    And also I’m trying to find out how to slim down the header background.

    Thanks for helping

    #3122

    themeweaver
    Keymaster
    Post count: 730

    Actually..

    By default your header shows the site title and description which appears centrally. The demo and most users disable this, which you can do in theme options and just use a logo. The logo appears to the left and is set in theme options. this is what you see in the demo. It is all done in theme options.

    Slim down header background? Can you be more specific? Disabling the display of title/description will reduce its size since it takes up space.

    #3235

    Richard
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    Post count: 181

    Could you share how I would add code to change the colour of of the header’s text? this is what I have right now:

    .nav-menu a, .page-menu a{font-weight:bold;}

    Currently I would like the header text to pop more. Any suggestions or font that might help? I am wanting to match the font colour to the royal blue that is in the profile pic here and that is our church’s logo, if that helps? Thanks for your ongoing support!

    #3236

    themeweaver
    Keymaster
    Post count: 730

    You have a white background so text shadow also needs to change from white to something that will ‘pop’ on a white bg.

    Something like this:

    ul.page-menu a, .nav-menu a, .nav-menu a:visited, .nav-menu ul a, .nav-menu ul a:visited {
    color:#333;
    color: #0068A8;
    text-shadow: 0 1px 0 #CCC;
    font-weight:bold;
    }

    Maybe also play with font-size e.g.

    font-size: 1.4em;

    Always use em units for font size.

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