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I have a quick question and I was wondering if any of you would like to check out why the canvas is not all the way up?
The question isn't very clear. All the way up where? You've got a few <br> tags in your index.html file that will be pushing it down; otherwise you might want to use some CSS to get the position you want...
Thank you so much for your response ! Ill check out the tags, but what I meant with my
question is that the canvas loads below the header, rather than the header overlapping it. It seems my website also loads a scrollbar which means the size of the canvas is pushing the height to be longer. I have played around with the css to no sucess yet.
You'll need to use CSS to do this. You could set position: absolute for the logo and canvas; and top: 0; left: 0 to position them at the top left of the page; but you'll also need to set the z-index to keep the logo on top.
top: 0; left: 0
If you set a fixed width/height there's no way to avoid scrollbars: as soon as the browser is resized below the size of the canvas they'll appear... The trick is to set a sensible maximum size (e.g. based on most common screen resolutions); or to create a responsive solution (non-trivial).
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