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Editing xcillion logo

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Growing Member
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    When i use the xcillion home page, it renders my site logo very small. i feel that i need to provide a magnifying glass for users. When i use my preferred theme, from dnngo, it displays as i want. is there a way to easily change the dimensions of the logo? i tried edit mode but the header of the page is unreachable. i suspect that i will need to find the css class which styles the logo, but that could take a considerable amount of time to find.

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      The class="brand" has a max-width of 120px.
      You can verify in inspect element:

      .navbar .brand {
      float: left;
      padding: 0!important;
      max-width: 120px;

      So, if you remove the max-width or give it a higher value, the logo should be bigger as well.
      If you don't want to adjust the skin initially, you can first test in the Settings-Custom CSS in the persona bar. You might need to ad an !important;
      Growing Member
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        thank you! i was looking at the image element - did not see the brand class.

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