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JamesGiffordMead says

Thanks for any help!

i mean on the left side:-)

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digitalimpact says

Is your site live? Link?

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www.jamesgiffordmead.co.uk

thanks

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digitalimpact says

First, check in your theme options panel if there is an option to define/remove the logo. Most themes have that.

If not, open header.php and search for the line with:

<div class="logo" />

Remove that div entirely and it won’t show anything on the top left :)

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JamesGiffordMead says

Thank you that great but there isn’t anything under the Theme Options…

How would i find the header.php? So i can modify.

Thanks for your help.

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stacigh says

There’s a few ways. First, you can upload your logo over the old logo (found in /wp-content/themes/artboard_v1.03b/assets/img/logo.png).

Second, you can just set the div containing the logo to display: none in the css file. Like so:

.logo { display: none; }

Third, you can just delete the div containing the logo from the header.php file which is found in the root directory of your theme folder (artboard_v1.03b). This is a little more destructive than the other two options though.

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