Image fixed on the right site of page in header

Hi!

I'm developing the site: http://wernberg.dwpudvikling.dk

The customer is asking for a "logo" right next to the actual logo.
This is outside the wrapper/container/what you would call it.
See a screenshot of the desired design here: http://i.imgur.com/czTYwHc.jpg

How should this be executed?

Best regards :slight_smile:

  • Michelle Shull

    Hello, Lasse!

    Okay, to get you started we're going to break your entire header out of the fixed with, and make it 100% wide. Once we do that, then we're going to do a fake out on the elements to make them look like they do now. We'll do that with this CSS:

    .container_inner.clearfix {
    width: 100%;
    }
    .logo_wrapper {
    margin-left: 25%;
    }
    .header_menu_bottom {
    margin-left: 25%;
    margin-right: 25%
    }

    After you add this, your site will look exactly the same, but we'll have room to add the new logo to the mix. We've got a few options here, all of them are pretty intermediate in terms of pulling them off.

    1. If you're using a child theme, edit the child theme's header to php to add an additional div to hold the W image. Give that div a 12.5% margin-left value in your custom CSS, like so.
    Div example:
    <div id="secondary-logo-W">
    <img src="THE W PIC URL">
    </div>

    CSS example:
    #secondary-logo-W {
    float: left;
    margin-left: 12.5%;
    }

    It may take a little adjusting, but that should get it working.

    2. If you'd rather try a different track, you can add the W as a background image of your .logo_wrapper, then push the margins with CSS until it aligns as it should. It would be quicker, but also dirtier, to do it this way.

    Does this help?

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