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    Default Don't know what I have done, but......

    Hi all
    Have just altered our head banner, changed the phone number, have up loaded it, show okay in firefox, but not Chrome , any ideas please
    Cheers
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    Hi Steve,

    Just had a quick look at this on Firefox and the logo, number etc. is missing the same as it is on Chrome, so maybe you are seeing a cached version??

    Also, just inspected your HTML and can't see anything relating to a logo image/text, phone number etc. so I'm guessing that your changes didn't get saved, so maybe take another look at the code.

    Mike

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    Thanks Mike, will take a look in the morning, cheers

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    Just tried uploading a different image, different name, still not showing........
    Steve.
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    Are you doing this live on the page via the WYSIWYG editor or coding it directly into the head section?

    Either way, if you go into the head section and copy & paste the HTML there on here I'll take a look.

    Mike

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    Hi Mike
    I have done it in the Head section using the WYSIWYG and just look at the HTML in the head section and this is the coding, the file for the heading is /user/Header Banner 2020.jpg


    <div id="htitle" style="position: absolute; top: 10px; left: 10px;">&nbsp;</div>

    <div id="hdr-acc">
    <div class="hdr-button"><a href="%signin_link"><img onmouseout="this.src='/user/templates/dpm/padlock.png'" onmouseover="this.src='/user/templates/dpm/padlock-pink.png'" src="/user/templates/dpm/padlock.png" /></a></div>

    <div class="hdr-button"><a href="%newaccount_link"><img onmouseout="this.src='/user/templates/dpm/account.png'" onmouseover="this.src='/user/templates/dpm/account-pink.png'" src="/user/templates/dpm/account.png" /></a></div>

    <div class="hdr-button">&nbsp;</div>

    <div class="hdr-button"><a href="%wishlist_link"><img onmouseout="this.src='/user/templates/dpm/heart.png'" onmouseover="this.src='/user/templates/dpm/heart-pink.png'" src="/user/templates/dpm/heart.png" /></a></div>
    </div>

    <div id="hdr-basket"><a href="%viewbasket_link"><img onmouseout="this.src='/user/templates/dpm/basket.png'" onmouseover="this.src='/user/templates/dpm/basket-pink.png'" src="/user/templates/dpm/basket.png" /></a>&nbsp;<a href="%viewbasket_link">Items: %items / %subtotal</a></div>
    %breadcrumb

    <div id="htitle" style="position: absolute; top: 10px; left: 10px;"><a href="/"><img alt="" src="/user/Header Banner 2020.jpg" style="width: 426px; height: 70px; float: left; left: 0px;" /></a></div>

    This is a screen shot when I use the WYSIWYG in the Head section Header Section.JPG

    many thanks for looking at this for me

    Steve
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    Hi Steve,

    The problem is with the following line of code as it doesn't include an image path:

    Quote Originally Posted by MountMan View Post
    <div id="htitle" style="position: absolute; top: 10px; left: 10px;">&nbsp;</div>
    I personally never use WYSIWYG editors as they can often result in spurious code, so instead go into the HTML and replace the line above with the one below:

    Code:
    <div id="htitle" style="position: absolute; top: 10px; left: 10px;"><img src="/user/logo.png" style="cursor: pointer" onclick="window.location.href = '/';"></div>
    (Note: In this code I have assumed that the image is called 'logo.png' and that it has been uploaded to the 'user' folder - obviously if this isn't the case then you need to change these to the name of your image and to the folder that you have uploaded it to)


    Let me know how you get on...

    Mike

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    Hi Mike
    Thank you so much, that worked, but was too big so just added some sizes and I'm very happy
    If you ever want any picture/photo mounts, just let me know

    Cheers

    Steve
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    Quote Originally Posted by MountMan View Post
    Hi Mike
    Thank you so much, that worked, but was too big so just added some sizes and I'm very happy
    If you ever want any picture/photo mounts, just let me know

    Cheers

    Steve
    Hi Steve,

    No worries. The only thing is you have must accidentally removed the 'cursor: pointer' when adding the image sizes, so when you hover over your logo you just get the basic pointer and not the hand icon to indicate that it's a link (back to your homepage) - below will fix it:

    Code:
    <div id="htitle" style="position: absolute; top: 10px; left: 10px;"><img src="/user/Header Banner 2020.jpg" style="cursor: pointer; width: 576px; height: 90px; float: left; left: 0px;" onclick="window.location.href = '/';"></div>

    Also, I notice that there is a gap between you three icons which is being caused by this:

    Code:
    <div class="hdr-button">&nbsp;</div>
    Assuming you don't want this gap, simply remove the line of code above to close it.


    Mike

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    That's great Mike, thank you so much

    Cheers
    Steve
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