Lay-out blog title

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  • #97457

    mariepaule020
    Member
    Original poster

    Hi there, I’ve recently started using the Gema thema and noticed a problem with the lay-out of my blog title; Cinesalon.

    At some screens the last letter jumps to another line:
    Cinesalo
    n

    As you can imagine, this doens’t look professional… Seems to me that the title should scale automatically.

    Can someone please help me fix this?

    (if there is al way to add a screenshot, I’m happy to do that).

    The blog I need help with is: cinesalon.nl

    #97562

    ilincaroman6
    Member

    Hi!

    The blog title is indeed built to scale automatically depending on browser size. I’ve just tested your website and it seems to work fine. Can you give us more details like what browser and operating system you’re using, your screen resolution maybe?

    As for screenshots, here’s a useful article about it: https://en.support.wordpress.com/make-a-screenshot/#sharing-your-screenshot

    #97565

    mariepaule020
    Member
    Original poster

    Hi, thanks for your reply. Some people use Google Chrome others Internet Explorer to visit my blog. Operating system is Windows 2010.

    Just discovered that the blog does NOT work at all at Explorer (no header, no post or page is clickable).

    Please fix this!

    I’d like to send you screenshots, but the instruction you send doesn’t match with the features in this support forum.

    #97583

    ilincaroman6
    Member

    Hi!
    We’ve checked the compatibility issues concerning Internet Explorer and we’re working on it.

    As for the problem with the title, we still couldn’t replicate. I’d suggest you try uploading the screenshots on an image hosting website (Postimage or Imgur), copy the link of the photo, then publish it here.

    #97597

    mariepaule020
    Member
    Original poster

    Hi,
    glad to hear you’re working on the explorer issues. Like to hear it when it’s fixed. Here’s a screenshot of how I see my blog on a Windows 10 desktop with Internet Explorer (pretty bad as you can see..).

    Here’s a screenshot of how I see my title on a Windows 10 desktop with Google Chrome. As you can see, the last letter doesn’t scale. Hope you can fix this.

    #97621

    ilincaroman6
    Member

    Hi,
    We’ve tested on numerous devices having Windows 10 with Chrome and your website’s title looks fine on them, one more thing that can trigger this behaviour might be the version of Google Chrome you’re using, can you tell us what version you have installed?

    #97741

    mariepaule020
    Member
    Original poster

    Sure, the version is 40.0.2214.91 m
    Can you make sure my blog works on this version? It’s a common version in big organisations.

    #97742

    ilincaroman6
    Member

    Hi,

    As you might know, Chrome 40.0.2214.91 is already two years old and anytime we are developing a theme or releasing a new update, we’re making sure that everything is working fine with latest browser versions. Having an old version of Google Chrome means that there might be some parts that are still working fine but some little elements are likely to have problems. Also, we can’t downgrade to 40.0.2214.91 to fix the issue because that version is no longer available. That’s why I recommend you to update your browser to the latest version, it’s good practice and improvements are made update after update :)

    #97743

    mariepaule020
    Member
    Original poster

    Hi, I always update my browser ;) BUT: I’ve noticed that (big) companies still use older versions. When I give them my blog, to pitch my work, they can’t see it properly, because they still use an older version of Chrome or Internet Explorer.

    I’d like to keep this template but I need a showcase that works in older browsers as well. Is there anything we can do to show my content in this browsers? Otherwise I might have to reconsider my purchase.

    #97786

    vladolaru
    Theme Author

    Hi,

    Unfortunately, we can’t make the theme compatible with older browsers because it would mean we would need to degrade the experience for visitors using newer browsers and it would also increase (unnecessarily) the complexity.

    WordPress.com has a very clear browser support policy.

    Best regards,
    Vlad
    PixelGrade

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