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Logo in second menu option

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Hello,

I like aspasia template for our next proyect but we want to know if is it posible to add logo in scroll down menu option.

Thanks

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Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
It's possible, I made it:

1) Reduce logo size to small one , for example to 30px of height, upload to server
2) Add new menu item
a) Type: External URL
b) Link: put here URL of your site
c) Link Image : choose smaller logo image
d) Add Menu Title: No
e) Set as a first menu item , in order list
f) Custom CSS Class: scrollogo
- before name must be one space
3) Use following custom CSS inside custom.css file:
div.sticky-wrapper .sp-menu-item.scrollogo > a {display:none;}
div.sticky-wrapper.is-sticky .sp-menu-item.scrollogo > a {
height: 30px;padding-top: 10px;display: block;
}


I added this tip also in template documentation page.

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Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi, good question. I have to check what tricks you have to do... wait a moment.

acvmultimedia

More than a month ago #Permalink
Perfect Paul, thank you:o


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