[Support request] Double logo in header

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  • #972673
    ATS

    Hi,
    I see two logos in the header.
    Site Identity > Logo uploaded

    I have checked with various options in the SITE IDENTITY and these are the scenarios:
    1) If SITE TITLE AND/OR SITE TAGLINE are displayed > Double logo appears

    2) If BOTH SITE TITLE and SITE TAGLINE are disabled > There is only one logo.

    3) SITE TITLE (enabled), SITE TAGLINE(enabled) and “Place logo next to title” (disabled)
    There is one logo, but the SITE TITLE AND TAGLINE is below the LOGO.

    4)If “Use Navigation as header” is used, then one logo and site title i s displayed. This is OKAY.

    What I need:
    The logo on the left with site title and tagline next to it.
    “Place logo next to title” is what I need, except for the double logo.
    How to resolve the double logo issue?

    Site is currently under development on local environment. No live link.
    Please see screenshots in the link.
    screenshots

    #972902
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    if you set it up as in scenario 1 – and save those changes does the double logo appear on the front end ? Or only in the Customizer ?

    #974934
    ATS

    Customizing > Site Identity > Hide site title > OFF
    Customizing > Site Identity > Hide site tagline > OFF
    Customizing > Layout > Header > Use Navigation as Header > OFF
    Customizing > Layout > Header > Place logo next to title >ON

    RESULT > Double Logo appears both in Customizer and Front end.

    —-Additional Info ——
    I’m using a Generate Press Child Theme.
    In INSPECT ELEMENT I see two “site-logo” DIVs as shown below.
    >> The second div containing the site-logo and site-branding looks normal.
    >> However, I am unable to figure the source of the first site-logo, which as per INSPECT element is point to http://localhost:8080/site/wp-content/themes/generatepress/css/all.min.css?ver=2.3.2

    <header id=”masthead” class=”site-header” itemtype=”https://schema.org/WPHeader&#8221; itemscope=””>
    < div class=”inside-header grid-container grid-parent”>
    < div class=”site-logo”>
    < a href=”http://localhost:8080/site/&#8221; title=”xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx” rel=”home”>
    < img class=”header-image” alt=”xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx” src=”http://localhost:8080/site/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/ngk-logo-480p.png&#8221; title=”xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx”>

    < /div>

    < div class=”site-branding-container”>
    < div class=”site-logo”>
    < a href=”http://localhost:8080/site/&#8221; title=”xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx” rel=”home”>
    < img class=”header-image” alt=”xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx” src=”http://localhost:8080/site/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/ngk-logo-480p.png&#8221; title=”xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx”>
    < /a>
    < /div>
    < div class=”site-branding”>
    < p class=”main-title” itemprop=”headline”>
    < a href=”http://localhost:8080/site/&#8221; rel=”home”>xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    < /p>
    < p class=”site-description” itemprop=”description”> xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx </p>
    < /div>
    < /div>
    < !– .site-branding-container –>
    < /div>
    < !– .inside-header –>
    < /header>

    #974948
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Tough to tell without seeing the issue live unfortunately. Haven’t had other reports on this either.

    Any chance you can duplicate the issue on a staging server so we can see?

    Might be good to test with the parent theme as well.

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