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    Positioning of logo

    I am trying to work out how to in CSS how to align the attached logo with the left and side columns and with the top of the navbar as it appears to overlap the navbar.
    Can this easily be done in CSS?

    Any assistance would be appreciated.

    Justin.
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    HI! welcome to the forums!

    There could be a way to do that, but its hard to tell just from the picture you attached. would you mind posting some code, so we can look at it, that would make it a lot easier.


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    Absolute positioning is the way to go. Put it anywhere you want. I'd throw everything in a container wrapper, give the wrapper relative positioning, and absolutely position the logo inside.

    Whizard is right, though, if you want us to guess any more than this we'll need some sort of code.


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