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Old Jul 2, 2010, 11:31 PM
cosmiclove
 
23 posts · Jul 2009
How to resize logo image to different browser windows?

Hi all.

Is there a way to style the logo in the header to achieve various sizes? I have place a 1200X300 image as a logo and erased voluntarily everything else in the header. Now I would like to make this big image resizeable automatically whenever a user opens it in a different screen resolution as mine.

for example, I would not like the user to have to scroll in order to see the entire image. Do you know any style I can use in the CSS insert by any chance for that purpose? Thank you much in advance,

Very best,
my site to check the image is at: http://frenchtasticpeople.com


Herman
 

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