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add link to logo for responsive sites

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If you are happy to have the entire banner image across the top of the screen as a link (no real reason for this to be a problem) the just put your <a tag around the <header></header> tags.

The contents of the <header> will change as the screen size changes, but the URL will remain the same.
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perfection!
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No problem - glad to be of service!
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