Working with the SimpleCorp theme currently ... but having difficulty finding where to change it so the header will be larger as my client needs a larger logo at the top. Currently, when I upload the larger logo, the banner on the main page and the text on the sub pages overlaps the image. If this is somewhere in the css, I am unable to find it. Any help would be greatly appreciated! See attached print screen showing how the banner and content areas are overlapping the larger logo.

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ssoulless’s picture

Hi, for do that is very simple, go to your css folder and look for the file main-css.css line 390 and coment/delete the atribute height, or add pixels according with your needs.

gtsopour’s picture

Assigned: Unassigned » gtsopour
Category: support » bug
Issue tags: +SimpleCorp responsive Drupal theme, +SimpleCorp theme

Check this behavior and find alternative solutions.

MacMladen’s picture

I've tried and it seems to me that it works well, although (as usual) with really big logo it is a mess. But hey, we cannot nurse babies! :)

It should (could) be committed to main-css as:

#header { height: 100%; padding: 0px 0 20px 0; float: left; width: 100%; }

I could make a patch however it is so easy to do it and needs testing (as I tried, it works OK).

One can override in local.css (my preferred way for altering):

#header { height: 100%; }