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I have a responsive wordpress site at theonepager.michianait.net. It is using the Woothemes "TheOnePager" theme.

Currently it is displaying the site title and description (tagline) in a responsive fashion.
Instead of having the site title in text, I would like to place a png logo on the left side of the header, BUT keep the site tagline ("Creating Insanely Beautiful Homes") there as well in such a way that the site header still remains responsive as the browser window size increases.

All of the Wordpress implementations I have seen allow for EITHER the logo OR a text version of the site title and description. However, I would like to have BOTH the png logo AND the site description in the header. (I want to use a logo instead of the site title.)

Can anyone tell me how to do this, and still keep the header responsive?

Thanks in advance,

Mark
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Can anyone tell me how to do this, and still keep the header responsive?

The responsiveness is done by calculating the width of the container vs. the elements.  If the text-based header is responsive, adding the image to the header should still be responsive.

To add it, just open the theme's header.php file and look for the code that sets the site name and tagline.  Add the appropriate HTML to embed the image.
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Thanks Jason
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