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jonas_johnson

Hi, using iblogpro themes, when browsing with ie8 its working but with ie9 the main meny is wrapping and add some extra linefeed. Some settings?

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catrina
I'm not sure if that can be adjusted with settings. Can you post a link and a screenshot of what you see on IE9?

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jonas_johnson
[img]http://www.ekokardiografi.se/public_html/wp-content/themes/iblogpro/images/menu.jpg [/img]

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jonas_johnson
[img]http://www.ekokardiografi.se/m1.png [/img]

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Rob
The menu item "Stadgar" seems to be one preset in the options as a default secondary menu. It doesn't appear to be a drop down item. So when a drop down item will appear, it will push down and remain there. It isn't a wrapped item. I checked it in IE9 on my own machine. You might wish to consider a different font for your header as the one you're using stretches very wide laying under your social media icons.

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jonas_johnson
No, when testing twentyeleven all pages are the on same level. If there is to many menu items it is shown on a secondary line with veritical bars. I'm using all defualt font from iblogpro.

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Rob
Sorry, I thought Stadgar was a secondary nav item. Apologies for my confusion. The problem stems from the CSS applied to the menu. At present, this is the code that is used and causing the problem: [code]#nav ul li a { color: #000000; display: block; padding: 9px 22px 9px 20px; text-decoration: none; text-shadow: 0 1px 0 #DDDDDD; }[/code] I think you need to add this to the code below to [b]Dashboard > iBlogPro > Theme Options > Custom[/b] in the [b]CSS Rules[/b] area, and adjust the second and fourth numbers. [u][i]The ones I've provided are suggestions[/i][/u]. [code]#nav ul li a { color: #000000; display: block; padding: 9px 16px 9px 14px; text-decoration: none; text-shadow: 0 1px 0 #DDDDDD; }[/code] Let us know if this works. However, if you add any more menu items or change the length of the text, it will break again.

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jonas_johnson
Ok, I will test that. Another q: 1. Can I remove the footer information i.e. have just copyright etc in one line? 2. Remove the comments in the Post pages? 3. If I upgrade to developers version of Iblogpro, what more can I do? 4. The size of the calender is very big compare to twentyeleven, can I adjust that? 5. Is it possible to link the carousel to the media folder?

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