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I’d like to change the position of my picture in the header in tablet and mobile version.
On fullscreen it’s 100 % width and I also need this for the other versions as there are persons on the header and you should also see them in the mobile version. They are just cut off right now.
Could anyone help me?
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Unfortunately, there isn’t a straight forward way of doing this and would require a decent amount of troubleshooting when making those changes. That said, if you’d like to look into customizing how the site header background image is displayed, you can target it using the
.site-header CSS selector and tweak the background image settings and possible the min-height. Keep in mind you may need to target different screen sizes using media queries as well.
One place you may find additional help is in the WordPress.com CSS Customization forums here:
I know that may not be extremely helpful but there are a number of factors that need to be considered with screen sizes, header content, and where the focus of the image should land.