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what is the best way to position my logo on this page http://192.254.201.91/~ledgers/index-5.html - The logo is 140 x 198 and I want it to appear to the left of the Ledgers 4 U text using css background image.
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Set the background image on the H1 tag, tho you don't have enough height to accommodate it fully,  You would need to give the H1 a set height
    background: url("images/logo-white-trans.png") no-repeat;
    height: 198px;

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