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    Want to stamp Logo over Wordpress Template

    HI,
    This is my first post, so greetings!

    Here is what I am trying to do. right now I am using a template for www.rallytours.ca

    but I want to stamp the RallyTours logo over the website so it looks less like a template.

    So basicly in the top left corner the logo would be bigger and roll over some of the edges around it without messing any coding up.

    I don't know too much about coding, but I am thinking I add to add an additional style sheet with the logo in it, and have the rest of the sheet transparent.

    So if that is right how do I do that? If it is not right, how can I do that?


    Thanks!

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    Hello mrbrunet,
    Try taking that image out of the containing div you've put it in, making it bigger and then nudging it out of #sub-header with some negative margin.

    Like this maybe -

    Markup -
    Code:
    	<!--BEGIN #sub-header-->
    	<div id="sub-header" class="rounded-top">
    
    
    			<img title="Home" alt="Home" src="http://www.rallytours.ca/images/RallyBanner_120by900.png" id="sub-header-content">
    
    	<!--END #sub-header-->
    	</div>
    CSS -
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    #sub-header-content { 
    height: 150px;
    width: 1100px;
    margin: -10px 0 0 -100px;
    }
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    hmm....... So is the first bit of code its own .php file?

    Like should i create a .php file just for that line of code. And fetch it from index.php?

    I added the bit into the code into the .css file so far.

    Still trying to make it work!

    Thanks!

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    Thanks Excavator!!

    Got it to work!

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    That first bit of code is off your existing page, probably named index.html?
    Look down to about line 125 and you'll see where <div id="subheader"> starts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbrunet View Post
    Thanks Excavator!!

    Got it to work!
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