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    writebychoice
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    I’m building my own business website and I’m having issues with my logo and slogan banner.

    Basically putttung my logo and slogan in the primary header doesn’t work because you can’t even see the wording. Of course I can make my primary header larger and I’ve tried that but I honestly don’t like having such a large header.

    I have my menu items to the right and my logo/slogan to the left.

    My logo was done by a graphic artist.

    Since I’m new to branding and such, I really don’t know what to do to resolve this. I have Canva and have been playing around in there but that does not seem to be getting me anywhere either.

    I’m looking for suggestions to resolve this do I can get on with building my site.

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    writebychoice
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    It’s ok actually. I only thought of this a while after I posted. I have the vector. I will play with it in illustrator and make changes.

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    Paul – FS Concierge
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    Wordpress does headers badly IMO.

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    UmarBatchelor
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    If you want it to look great, spend the time but if youre interested in sales, it might not mean too much. Do your best and move on.

    If youre stuck with a technical issue, you can get someone on fiverr.com to fix an issue at a very reasonable price.

    All the best

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    writebychoice
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    Paul – FS Concierge, post: 270822, member: 78928 wrote:
    WordPress does headers badly IMO.

    Yes, they are a good platform though. I’m using the divi theme builder. I like it a lot.

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    writebychoice
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    UmarBatchelor, post: 270823, member: 65049 wrote:
    If you want it to look great, spend the time but if youre interested in sales, it might not mean too much. Do your best and move on.

    If youre stuck with a technical issue, you can get someone on fiverr.com to fix an issue at a very reasonable price.

    All the best

    Thanks. I will keep these things in mind.

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    Paul – FS Concierge
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    writebychoice, post: 270825, member: 118586 wrote:
    Yes, they are a good platform though. I’m using the divi theme builder. I like it a lot.
    In case you haven’t joined yet, there is a very good Divi Theme Users Group on FB.
    They should be able to provide expert help on any technical topic.

    Cheers
    Paul

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    writebychoice
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    Paul – FS Concierge, post: 270829, member: 78928 wrote:
    In case you haven’t joined yet, there is a very good Divi Theme Users Group on FB.
    They should be able to provide expert help on any technical topic.

    Cheers
    Paul
    Thanks Paul. Hadn’t even thought of joining a FB group. I will check it out. It may come in useful.

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    There are a few things you can consider.

    One option is to adjust the size and positioning of your logo and slogan within the header. You can experiment with different sizes, fonts, and alignments to ensure that both elements are clearly visible. Additionally, you can explore alternative placements, such as placing the slogan below the logo or incorporating it into the design in a creative way.

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    larvar
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    I have several web sites that rarely use logos. I put the word home page there. at my main aim is to target user + intent. You can see for reference -> Pizza Tower

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    Joanna Carmela
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    you need web developer assistance in this.

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    Mathew Nathan
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    This is the simplest solution, but it may not be the most visually appealing. If you do choose to increase the font size, be sure to use a font that is easy to read and that fits with your overall branding.

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    Use a different layout. Instead of having your logo and slogan on the left side of the header, you could try placing them in the center or on the right side. You could also try placing them on a separate line below the header.

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