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Adding a logo above the primary menu in Twenty Twelve

  1. Hi,

    I currently have a written title on my website above the primary menu, but I actually want my corporate logo.

    The theme I use is Twenty Twelve. I'm not excellent at HTML or CSS but can grasp the basics.

    I have the right image uploaded in my media gallery - can anyone advise me how I can change it to an image.

    Any help would be much appreciated!


    The blog I need help with is

  2. hello, maybe this video help you.
    it was work for me.


  3. @gingermaypr
    All support documentation that applies to free hosted blogs is found here

    If you do not wish to include your logo in the header image then note what follows. No changes you try out aside from those such as Custom Background, Custom Header and Theme Options which are stated on the theme description pages for each theme will be visible to visitors unless you purchase an annually renewable custom design upgrade and do the required CSS editing.

  4. As you do have the custom design upgrade I have tagged this thread so it will be moved to the CSS Forum for you.

  5. Thanks for your responses - it tells me to go to Editor, under Appearance, but I don't have this.

    I'm assuming this is all tied in with plug ins. How do I initially get plug ins on my wordpress? I can download them but then no idea how to get them onto the site!


  6. You must be logged in under the exact same username account that registered any blog and who is the Admin of the blog and who purchased the upgrade for the blog to access it.

    How do I initially get plug ins on my wordpress? I can download them but then no idea how to get them onto the site!

    There is no FTP access to free hosted WordPress.COM blogs and we bloggers cannot install any plugins.

    There is no upgrade you can purchase from that changes this. FTP access, plugins and third party themes are available only for VIP bloggers or for those with WordPress.ORG installs.

  7. The editor and plugin portions of the dashboard are only available on self-hosted WordPress sites. Those video tutorials aren't applicable to sites, where you can't edit the theme templates.

    On sites, you can add CSS under Appearance > Customize, and click the CSS tab.

    I noticed that you've put some code into the CSS area that is not CSS:

    //START the Social bookmark bar
    function my_socialbar() {

    I suggest you remove this since it won't be applied to your site.

    It looks like you were able to add your logo and you're now using the Stay theme. Just let me know if you need further help.

  8. Hiya,

    Thanks a lot for everyone's help. I've decided to buy a premium theme now, this allows me to do a lot more.

    Thanks again

  9. Glad you found a solution that meets your needs. Happy blogging!

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