@Jdlrobson what should I do here? The wordmark's height is way more than the other project's, so setting it to the same height as other projects would make it too small to read, and setting it to the same width would make it too large. I see the following options, let me know if you have any other ideas:
- Set the wordmark to the usual width and use the proportional height, with the tagline
- Set the wordmark to the usual width and use the proportional height, without the tagline
- Set the wordmark to the usual height and use the proportional width, with the tagline
- Set the wordmark to the usual height and use the proportional height, without the tagline
- Set the wordmark to a height or width that is compatible with its size, and see if it breaks the header in some way
Hello @Juan90264. I do mind, the task is stalled due to what I said when I pinged @Jdlrobson. I've done this type of patches before, and I understand what needs to be done, I'm just waiting for their guidance on which one to use, as it'd change the header size if we use proportional sizes for the SVG. If we simply set the usual height and/or width, the images will be stretched, which we definitely don't want, so we need to compromise in either header size or the removal of the tagline, and that's where I'm waiting for a reply.
I think that's the way to go, to be fair, but since I'm not a member of the team I'm not sure if that is indeed the way we should go.
Since it's an SVG, it can stretch without loss of quality, so the dimensions wouldn't be a problem per se, the issue is that the way the words are composed in the wordmark results in an image size that is close to a square. However, if there's a way to make them more rectangular, that'd be a huge help, and I could probably write the patch as soon as it's uploaded.
This would change the header on the minerva (mobile) and newvector skins.
hey, thanks for raising this issue and I apologize that the default layout doesn't work well for your logo and wordmark. To clarify what we're all thinking about/seeing, I believe if we used the standard guidelines we would have:
if the wordmark is too small in the images above, and we instead want to drop the tagline to make room for a larger wordmark, it could look like this:
I believe that would require some custom configuration, which @Jdlrobson could speak to.
I think the two options are setting the width property or not defining the tagline. I think it's up to the community which option to use.
e.g. Set the wordmark to the true height, without the tagline
e.g. Set the wordmark to the usual width and use the proportional height, with the tagline