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Learning is making a thousand mistakes The SharePoint DOM structure is not an easy one, add the whole dynamic part where server or client side code can change layout. And you get a more complex page than any webpage out there. If you don't know webdesign HTML/CSS then start with the basics, just like you started with a simple colorbook many moons ago. ...
Assuming that your RootSite is located at the Servers Root, you could simply Change your masterpage where your SiteLogoImage is situated to: <a class="ms-siteicon-a" href="/"> <SharePoint:SiteLogoImage CssClass="ms-siteicon-img" name="onetidHeadbnnr0" ID="onetidHeadbnnr2" LogoImageUrl="images/Logo_t.png" runat="server" /> </a> So ...
I don't believe of any out of the box methods. I would create a solution package with the custom masterpage, you will need to hook into the FeatureActivated method to apply the masterpage to the site collection and sites below. You may also want to create a Staple feature which activates itself on all new site collections or sites
What do you try to get that master page? What error/message do you get? Maybe the master your want is actually defined at the root level of the site collection... Try to get it from its masterpages catalog instead of the sub-site catalog.
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