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Moving the Logo image


steve2603

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Hi I am a newbie to this package so hope someone there can help.

 

I have changed the oscommerce logo file for my own but would now like to center it on the screen or at least move it left to right by an inch or 2.. can anyone point me in the right direction to do this?

 

Thanks, Steve

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Go to /includes/header.php, look for oscomemrce.gif. This is the default logo, substitute it with your own.

 

And to center your logo, simply add <img src="your_logo.gif" align="center">

 

To move it 1 inch or 2, err... how do you tell it on the monitor screen???

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Go to /includes/header.php, look for oscomemrce.gif. This is the default logo, substitute it with your own.

 

And to center your logo, simply add <img src="your_logo.gif" align="center">

 

To move it 1 inch or 2, err... how do you tell it on the monitor screen???

 

 

OK thanks thats great , I'll give it a try.

 

cheers. Steve

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And to center your logo, simply add <img src="your_logo.gif" align="center">

 

Thanks for this, but where exactly do you add this?

This is the last peice of the jigsaw for me.

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Unfortunatly unless you switch to XHTML a differnt Language you can just tell the picture to move over 200px or something like that. You could however, use Fireworks with a Transparrent Background and Add the space you want on the left then Resave and Upload that .png doc. It will display as transparent on the left... hence giving the illusion that you moved it over 1-2 inches.

 

But this doesn't look so Good with CSS, sometimes people have lower screen resolutions and your Gap wouldn't change on the left as the Screen size went down. as it would with Center or Right... etc.

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