[Resolved] 60px high header image display issues

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    I’m a bit of a dummy when it comes to CSS, so hopefully this will be an extremely straightforward question that I’m just too dense to figure out on my own.

    I am using generatepress, the Rumour setup to be exact. Currently I just have this setup to run on localhost through Docker, so I don’t really have a “production” URL I could point to (though obviously I can make that work if necessary). In WordPress admin, I’ve gone to Site Identity and uploaded a new logo, of which the dimensions are 200 x 600 px (this is what Windows reports the dimensions being as when I highlight it in Explorer, for example).

    Doing this without any additional CSS changes makes the image appear a bit cut-off on the top and bottom, though Chrome reveals the image is being sized as its native 200 x 600 size. I discovered is due to the padding: 10px 0; that is applied to .navigation-branding img

    However when I remove that, it actually blows the image up to a strange size of 300 x 600, only by removing this padding.

    Here are things with the padding:

    Here are things without the padding:

    And here is the actual logo I uploaded, in case this is useful in any way:

    Any help would certainly be appreciated on what I’m missing, if it’s possible without access to some publicly accessible WP instance to troubleshoot. Thanks very much!

    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    We would really need to see the issue live to be able to help for questions like this.

    Please duplicate the issue on a staging site so we can see.



    No problem. I’ve gone ahead and setup a staging site with the exact same code/images I was referring to earlier:


    I’ll also add credentials for someone to get into that instance through admin in the Private Information field.

    Thank you!

    Customer Support

    The source code is showing this is the image you’ve uploaded:

    Which looks cropped already?

    Let me know if I’m missing something here.


    I apologize, it seems you’re correct! I have no memory of actually cropping it, but I think I must have not clicked “Skip Cropping” like I thought when I uploaded the image. Thanks so much for pointing that out, and sorry for taking up your time!

    Customer Support
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