How do I upload my logo to the headings box of my site?

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How do i design my own logo and upload it to the 'Headings' box? The Logoworks is very problemati for me and doesnt meet my requirements. I currently design in Photoshop and save it as the required format. Please can you let me know how I can you let me know how to then upload this to the Headings box as you would with a Logoworks design please?
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Alison check out this thread where I have placed screenshot images of where/what you should do to place an image in your heading box.

http://forum.yola.com/yola/topics/cha...

The code that you should be using is:

<img style="margin: 4px; padding: 0px;" src="resources/MYIMAGE.png">

or for a JPG image

<img style="margin: 4px; padding: 0px;" src="resources/MYIMAGE.jpg">

or for a GIF image

<img style="margin: 4px; padding: 0px;" src="resources/MYIMAGE.gif">

Just edit the code to reflect the location/file name of your logo and paste it into your header box.

*Always try this on a test page first*

It is best to make your logo as a transparent PNG or transparent GIF so that it does not show it's colored background and ruin the look of your banner.

You can find a ton of free resources to help you create a free logo and even how to make the background transparent if you don't already know how in my tips thread.

Honey Bear Playhomes Tips and Favs in one place... A Honey bear Playhomes Tip ;)

Happy site building
Ed

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Actually, now Ive pasted it - thats the said question mark! Is there something else in that code that I have to change?
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Did you upload it to your file manager and publish your site? Margin sizes have nothing to do with the question mark... That's a missing file indicator.

What is domain URL so that we might take a peek?
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Hi, silly question, but do I have to publish to the web for you to see the site?

The address is
http://www.ahweddings.co.uk/

I published it just incase so you can see it. I managed to get the header sorted. I still need to play around with the design though - a bit of trial and error.

Just another thing though, I dont suppose theres a way I can change to width and height of my web page so i can fit it on the screen without scrolling up or down?

I really appreciate all your help. Its a husge learning curve for me!
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Your website isn't published to http://www.ahweddings.co.uk/ yet. Please see our publishing tutorial for steps on publishing your site so we can take a look!
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Hi alison.huckett,

I'm glad to hear that you got your header sorted out. The page will dynamically grow longer as you add more content. You may want to play around with the Margin values and/or layout to see if that helps to get your content to stay above the fold.
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Hello Alison,

Please do post your URL and the image file that you are wanting to use. I'm sure that we will get this sorted out!