...and replace the h2 tag with a link to your gif. Once you've done this, you might need to edit the #header entry in the CSS file to get your logo to line up as you want it. Hope that helps. Post a link to your shop when it goes live. I'd love to see it in action. John
here’s a link to what I have achieved so far…
Before last week I had never touched HTML or CSS ever, I think I need to do a course in it to bring me up too speed!!!
As you can see on the front page, the images of my featured products are a bit small and I’d like to make them a bit larger. How would I do this? Is it controlled by the stylesheet?
I managed to add the image of the bloke wearing a T-Shirt to the right hand side in the theme.liquid file, which I presume is the correct place for it? All I’d like to do now is too move it down a bit so the bottom of the trousers are sitting on the top of the footer.
Sorry to bombard you with all these questions, I’ve a great deal to learn!!!
Anyone who wants to edit a Shopify website or any website, should download the Mozilla Firefox browser, then get the Web Developer add-on. There’s more stuff in here than you’ll ever need, but once you play with it and get it figured out, you’ll find editing your Shopify site much easier.
For a better understanding of CSS, W3School’s Tutorial is fantastic. There is a CSS reference in here that lists all the possible CSS properties, description and values.
Before you do any editing to your site, make sure you create and save a backup copy of your original Shopify files in case one of your edits causes a problem. You want to be able to get back to what worked if an edit causes an element to conflict with another.
If you need more explanation to a problem, simple web searches will often turn up a lot of info.