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5 years 11 months ago #10204 by Bruno Ortolani
Hi,
enabling the Small Logo Option within the Theme Tab in Template manager has no effect.
Image logo does not change on low-res screens.
Please refer to the attachments where you see:
  1. default logo (large screens - one line)
  2. small screens logo /divided in two lines)
  3. rendering on small screens (should be the second logo, but is not!)

Any suggestion?
Thanks,
Bruno
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5 years 11 months ago #10206 by Bruno Ortolani
OK, solved.
It was not too difficult:

For those who might be interested:

1) open header.php and make sure you load the additional small image at the beginning.
$logoimage_sm = $logotype == 'image' ? $this->params->get('logoimage_sm', 'templates/' . T3_TEMPLATE . '/images/logo.png') : '';

2) Search for the section where the logo img is displayed and add two lines for the second alternative logo. Assign anothe class to its style, for instance logo-img-sm:
<!-- LOGO -->
				<div class="col-xs-12 <?php echo $logosize ?> logo">
					<div class="logo-<?php echo $logotype ?>">
						<a href="<?php echo JURI::base(true) ?>" title="<?php echo strip_tags($sitename) ?>">
							<?php if($logotype == 'image'): ?>
								<img class="logo-img" src="<?php echo JURI::base(true) . '/' . $logoimage ?>" alt="<?php echo strip_tags($sitename) ?>" />
							<?php endif ?>
							<span><?php echo $sitename ?></span>
						</a>
						<a href="<?php echo JURI::base(true) ?>" title="<?php echo strip_tags($sitename) ?>">
							<?php if($logotype == 'image'): ?>
								<img class="logo-img-sm" src="<?php echo JURI::base(true) . '/' . $logoimage_sm ?>" alt="<?php echo strip_tags($sitename) ?>" />
							<?php endif ?>
							<span><?php echo $sitename ?></span>
						</a>
						<small class="site-slogan"><?php echo $slogan ?></small>
					</div>
				</div>
				<!-- //LOGO -->

3) Add two lines to custom.css to change the display property according to screen size:
@media (min-width: 480px) {
	.logo-img-sm {
		display: none;
	}
}
@media (max-width: 479px) {
	.logo-img {
		display: none;
	}
} 

Done!

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5 years 11 months ago #10213 by Sang Manh
Replied by Sang Manh on topic Logo for small screens
Hi,
Many thanks for your share.

Sang Manh

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