Working with the SimpleCorp theme currently ... but having difficulty finding where to change it so the header will be larger as my client needs a larger logo at the top. Currently, when I upload the larger logo, the banner on the main page and the text on the sub pages overlaps the image. If this is somewhere in the css, I am unable to find it. Any help would be greatly appreciated! See attached print screen showing how the banner and content areas are overlapping the larger logo.

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Hi, for do that is very simple, go to your css folder and look for the file main-css.css line 390 and coment/delete the atribute height, or add pixels according with your needs.

Assigned:Unassigned» gtsopour
Category:support» bug
Issue tags:+SimpleCorp responsive Drupal theme, +SimpleCorp theme

Check this behavior and find alternative solutions.

I've tried and it seems to me that it works well, although (as usual) with really big logo it is a mess. But hey, we cannot nurse babies! :)

It should (could) be committed to main-css as:

#header { height: 100%; padding: 0px 0 20px 0; float: left; width: 100%; }

I could make a patch however it is so easy to do it and needs testing (as I tried, it works OK).

One can override in local.css (my preferred way for altering):

#header { height: 100%; }