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    Please forgive me if the answer is in the forum somewhere. I have searched but can’t find it. My logo/tagline is wider than the default 200px in Replete, but I changed the css to accommodate it, and it looks great…until I happened to see it in internet explorer 8, where the word “register” is on top of my tagline. Is there a maximum width for the logo? Mine is 676 px, but like I said, it looks great in other browsers. Or is there some code I can put in to make IE behave?

    Thanks in advance!

    #107500

    Hi creatorofstuff,

    We will need to see the site live and inspect things to see if there is anything that can be done.

    Most likely, a bit of css will fix the issue and it can target IE8 specifically if you use the MSIE8 class selector.

    Regards,

    Devin

    #107501

    Hi Devin,

    Thanks so much. It’s pretty rough since I’m still figuring out the theme, Woocommerce, and WordPress (!) but maybe you can see what is going on. I might make the logo smaller in the end but I still want to know how to address IE8. Thanks!!!

    http://sassypantsdesign.com

    #107502

    It isn’t just in IE8, though it appears that way at first glance. The issue is that theme is already doing a media query change based on larger screens. Adjust your browser to a smaller width and you’ll see the logo overlap in any browser.

    I’d suggest putting the bracket text under the main logo or re-adjusting its size a bit. Otherwise you would have to adjust the size of the logo container/image for each media query.

    Regards,

    Devin

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