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New site, trying Juliet. I'm using a logo image and it's too big and pushes logo holder into the menu. Looked in the forum for custom css to fix this but no luck. I'd like the css to:

control the length and height of the holder and what it would take to adjust the position of the logo image or text for that matter. centering the logo image within the blue holder position I think would look better and would give us the option. :)

INFO: My original image was 510px, that overlapped "Home", cut it down to 450px and that looks ok. I think that css info would still be helpful in the future.

Thanks, I know I screwed up the "location" of the install but it works fine. Just for the record, if I take and move all files into the correct folder, will it work or do I need to reinstall it? http://oncallinternationalsux.com/51j/ Installed it just to play with it. I notice no News extension in Juliet.
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Did you miss this? CSS for adjusting the logo area and logo image location?
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Hi Bill

To reduce the width of your logo image you can add the following to the Custom CSS field of your template settings (edit to taste)...

#logo {
max-width: 200px;
}


Yes you should be able to rename/move the folder of your Joomla installation with out any issues.

Ciaran
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Thanks!! When you get around to it, How about the CSS to move the logo image to the left some? Thanks again
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Hi Bill

To amend you can add the following to the Custom CSS field of your templates parameters (Extensions -> Templates -> [YourTemplateStyle] -> Custom CSS)....

#logo {
margin-left: -30px;
}


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