XF 2.2 Can't increase width of logo

Splinter

Member
I have a logo of 1179x489 that I'm trying to make full width but it stays at 361 width, so I'm probably missing something.
I have this code in extra.less
.p-header-logo.p-header-logo--image img {
max-width: 1179px !important;
max-height: 150px !important;
}
I also the Nulumia add on and in header and navigation, 1179px is also checked. Max width 100% doesn't change the logo width to max.
Site is:
www.baexpats.online
Thanks
 

bzcomputers

Well-known member
With those settings your image is hitting it's max-height setting and maxing out. You will never get a width larger than 362px with max-height set to 150px, with an image that is 1179x489. Remember your image will keep the same width:height ratio.

You can use: max-height: unset; to get the full width of the image.

This large of a logo is not typical, and will take up a large amount of screen real estate especially on mobile devices which is the majority of site visitors these days.
 
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Brogan

XenForo moderator
Staff member
If you make that image fit the width it will be badly distorted unless the height increases propertionally.

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If you keep the ratio then the image will take over most of the vertical space in the viewport.

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Use an image which is three to four times as wide as it is high to make it fit the space better - a panoramic or stitched image would work.
 

Splinter

Member
You're right - it's probably the only way, a bit like when I did my YouTube banner.
Stretching it out of ratio looks bad, so it's a case of either finding one I can crop whilst retaining what I need or use a panoramic one that I already have.
Cheers.
 
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