Jamie Blanchard
asked 11 years ago

“focus” small nav change and other questions.

I have three issues I was hoping to receive some help with if possible. I’m wanting to remove the “focus” branding on the small logo when you’re in certain views on an ipad, mobile, or smaller browsers on laptops. I can’t figure out where this is to be swapped out or just outright taken out.

Logo’s that are of a certain size: It’s been asked before, and that style sheet fix to take away the lines does not change the fact if you have a logo bigger than 260 pixels wide you can’t do anything for it will be cropped. I’m ok with blowing away that ad space in favor of putting up a real sized logo.

Lastly the share options within a blog post, while attractive, and useful to some, I have no need for. Like the coding in the header for the logo swap the sharing options seem to be tied to a great styling issue where if you take one out it then affects something else. In this case the commenting.



1 Answers
answered 11 years ago

–  Go to file  “functions.php”, look for  line 752, you can add the following code
.small-logo {
background-image: url(<?php echo $logo_custom_image; ?>) !important;
background-size: auto 30px !important;

– If you want to upload logo. you log in to Dashboard > theme options > copy the image link you wish to use, then paste  into frame “Logo”.

– if you want to upload logo 260px. you can copy the following codes, then paste  them into Theme options

#sidebar-header {
display: none;

@media (min-width: 1080px) {
.site-header #header {
background: none;

#branding {
width: 100%;
max-width: 1040px;

.site-header #branding a {
width: 260px;
margin: 0 auto;
background-position: center !important;

– you want to remove sharing options , log in to Dasboard > theme options > copy the code below:

.single .hentry  .social-action {
display: none;

.single .site-content > .post .entry-action {
float: none;
width: auto;
clear: both;

.single .site-content > .post .entry-content {
max-width: 100%;

.single .site-content > .post .entry-action .tag-action .title-action {
border-top: none;



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