Usually, if you add a logo to the header, it removes the text version site title and site description. Now you can have all three.

Three's no longer a crowd in the WOO Canvas Header.

Three’s no longer a crowd in the WOO Canvas Header.

I suppose the thinking goes that if you have a logo, that logo probably has text in it so you don’t need a text site title next to it. However, if your image is doesn’t have any text or you’d just like to have the site title alongside the logo, now you can.

With a smidgen of CSS, you can have your logo and your site title and even your site description all up there in the header. As you’ll see in the video, you’ll want to adjust some padding, maybe a little header margin to get things happily aligned and laid out up there in the header, but that’s part of the beauty of Canvas: you can do with with a few clicks and no (or little) code.

If you don’t want the description in there, you can leave out the “#logo .site-description” in the CSS below.

#logo .site-title, #logo .site-description {
	display: block !important;

#logo img {
	float: left;
	margin-right: 20px;

#logo {
	float: left;
	width: 450px;