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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!
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.
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!!!
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.
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