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  • Jennie

    I feel this is on the person to fix the positioning/layout on their blog. Some people may have equally worked to have the avatar appear as part of the banner, and that such an option would ruin the effect. People have the ability to adjust the positioning of their avatar, or make it completely invisible in the header.

    For reference, to make it invisible:

    .pub-blog-header img.blog_image {
    display: none;
    }

    Making it invisible will still show the avatar in the reblogs, notes, chats, dash, etc.; it only hides it at the top of the main blog page and permalink pages. It's not like having no avatar where you get the default handcuffs.

    To move it down on the page past the banner:

    .pub-blog-header img.blog_image {
    margin-top: 200px !important;
    /* Adjust the 200 as needed to get the correct positioning */
    }
    .pub-blog-header {
    /* This is necessary to keep the avatar from going on top of the title. */
    /* Adjust as necessary */
    margin-bottom: 200px;
    }

     

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  • itsallaboutthecontrast

    Hi Jennie, big fan.  That's very interesting and I will definitely play around with it. But, it's not really what I'm looking for at the moment.  The option to not show the header is already implemented. I was talking about the avatar.

    Edit: I've replaced pub-blog-header with image_container. That seems to work :)

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  • Jennie

    Thanks.

    You're right; I messed that up. (That's what I get for testing without actually having a banner on my blog.) I've updated the post to reflect what the classes actually should be, to hide only the avatar or to offset the avatar downward, while still showing the banner. (And I tested *with* a banner this time.)

    And thank you again.

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  • Support Bdsmlr

    We added this as a selction into "Edit blog" section as well.

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