Joomla Appearance Question

Hello Experts,

I have added the following jpeg to my website that I created with Joomla. However, each time my mouse hovers over the page the image on the page turns diagonally as shown in the image. Can someone please tell me why, and how to prevent it from turning diagonally?

Cheers


joo.png
cpatte7372Asked:
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V4nP3rs13Commented:
it's in your CSS... you have a "rotate" on hover action in your CSS files.... Try finding it and deleting it.

or leave us a link to check your css
cpatte7372Author Commented:
V4

Thanks for responding. I'm not sure what CSS to look for Rotate,
css

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cpatte7372Author Commented:
Would you also please show me how to increase the image size?
Steve BinkCommented:
1) We cannot access the administrator section of your site with valid credentials.  Think very carefully before posting admin credentials in this question.

2) If you have a public-side link demonstrating the behavior, it will be easier for us to guide you.

3) Do you want to resize the image, or do you just want to render it at a different size?
cpatte7372Author Commented:
I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for cpatte7372's comment #a40865461

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Cheers
Steve BinkCommented:
Your chosen comment is not a solution, but rather a request for clarification.  If you have a solution, please post and select it.  Otherwise, deleting the question would be more appropriate.
cpatte7372Author Commented:
Thanks that worked out fine
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