Tagged: crop logo
- July 14, 2016 at 7:49 am #6498mikemarcoParticipant
I installed Acmeblog free theme and created my website sdbontempi.it with no problems, uploading a logo 1050×190.
After a while I wanted to change it slightly, so I uploaded the new one to media and went to customize -> site identity -> logo and changed it, but what happens now is that before publishing the theme obliges you to crop it! And even if I extend the cropping line to the whole image, it is published cropped!
How can I decide to publish a new logo with its original sizes?July 15, 2016 at 3:03 am #6541acmesupportsModerator
Thank you so much for using our theme AcmeBlog.
1. The recommended size for logo is
290*70, so please make the logo with this size and add it.
2. You can change he logo size from
acmetheme/core.phpfile, you will find the code for
custom-log, you can change the height and width there.
3. Please try the one method and if not worked, try once by making the width of logo to 100%. Have a look here for details.
Let us know, if you faced any problem again. We are here to help you in every situations.
Acme SupportsJuly 18, 2016 at 9:32 am #6658mikemarcoParticipant
Thank you very much, now it all works fine!
What surprised me is that only from a certain point on it works like that: the first time I costumized the logo it just uploaded it the original size and only later on it started forcing the crop. I’d suggest cropping would be only a suggestion, and to leave a ‘Keep the original size’ button available, or at least indicate how to change recommended sizes (now it’s not recommended, it’s forced).
Anyway, thank you very much for availability 😉July 18, 2016 at 10:42 am #6662acmesupportsModerator
Nice to know that your problem is solved. 🙂
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