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> Trying to find where this code is?, Looking for how to move the site logo
rickster26ter
post Jul 29 2018, 06:07 PM
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Hello, everybody.

I'm hoping those knowledgeable in html might be able to help me. I'm trying to move my site logo from above the title to just to the right of the title. I have been able to edit the code by dragging the code to where it needs to be using google chrome "inspect," but I'm not sure where this actual code is. I'm just learning web development, and I am wondering where I can move this in the actual code, as I have an editor ready when I find it. I'm just not sure where to look.

my website is www.mathtutortime.com

https://ibb.co/i3st8o

https://ibb.co/bKEHZT

https://ibb.co/mqg9g8


Thanks in advanced,

Rick
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pandy
post Jul 29 2018, 08:06 PM
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You use WordPress, so it isn't as easy as when dealing with a static HTML page. You need to find where in the PHP templates the page header is and edit that. The templates would be a mix of PHP and HTML and you need to take care so you don't mess with the PHP parts or things will go wonky.

I've never used WP, so I'm afraid I know nothing about its user interface. It's *possible* there is some easy way to edit certain parts, like the page header, so you can avoid dealing with the templates directly, but I don't know.

Cute logo BTW. smile.gif
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post Jul 29 2018, 08:10 PM
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Oh, if you find the right template and edit it, do make a copy of the original document before you make any changes. If you mess up you can mend things by uploading the original and let it overwrite the faulty one.
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