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The Branding Editor is errant. Our logo can no longer be positioned.

Discussion in 'User Experience' started by jols, Jan 17, 2010.

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    jols Well-Known Member

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    cPanel 11.25.0-R42404 - WHM 11.25.0 - X 3.9
    REDHAT Enterprise 5.4 i686 standard

    Our logo that we have ever-so-carefully placed on one of the themes refuses to stay put. I get into the WHM --> cpanel --> Branding. Then I click "Edit This Style under the theme we are using for our hosted accounts. Then I click Edit Logos, and I try to move our logo back into position (this had been working fine for years). Then I click out of the Banding Editor and go back only to find that our logo has shifted to the lower right hand corner of the header graphic again.

    Can this be fixed?
     
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    Digging a little deeper. For some stange reason, our logo is reverting to this position:

    #cpanel #border-efx #heading-top-header-bg #heading-top-billboard #logo { top: 46px; left: 504px; }

    Even though we try to set it to this:

    #cpanel #border-efx #heading-top-header-bg #heading-top-billboard #logo { top: 38px; left: 57px; }

    And even though this file reflects the true position of where we had the logo placed:

    #cpanel #border-efx #heading-top-header-bg #heading-top-billboard #logo { top: 38px; left: 57px; }

    So the question becomes, where is cPanel getting the position { top: 46px; left: 504px; }, and how can we change this.

    And yes, this shows up on every cPanel, of every account we host, so it's not just a flaw in the branding editor.
     
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    And this is happening on multiple servers.
     
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    Okay apparently { top: 46px; left: 504px; } is the (pre-customized) default. So cPanel on some servers is not reading the local.css file. Thus we can not make customizations with regard to logo positioning on the cPanel templates.
     
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    RESOLVED, by doing a forced reload of cPanel.
     
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