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richardjacruz+    4
richardjacruz

The following blogs are built using the latest version of iBlog Pro:

www.richcruzchicago.com

www.thecfim.com

The headings are now missing from the pages and from the features PLUS the sidebar is missing from richcruzchicago.com

Sincerely,

Rich

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Rob    547
Rob

I believe the problem comes from your use of Cufon fonts. These are normally fully visible, but they may be having an issue with IE9 due to their javascript call.

The font you're using should have something quite similar in Google Fonts. I'd suggest replacing the Cufon font call, with a simple <h1 tagged bit of text with a Google font. See if it works that way.


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richardjacruz

I've used Cufon on all my other sites without issues. Unfortunately, I don't know how to do the fix you are discussing with regard to the Features in iBlog 4.

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Rob    547
Rob

If you have removed the Cufon javascript, and go to any feature slide, the title that you wanted to be H1 size can simply be tagged with <h1> and ended with </h1> in HTML View in editing.

Go to Dashboard > Features > Features... select a feature to edit. You'll see two tabs above the edit area, on the right side. One says Visual, the othe HTML View. Click HTML View.

Then, the title of your post may have HTML added to it. So...


<h1>POST TITLE</h1>

...would be the method.


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richardjacruz

Okay. I'll give that a shot. Thanks.

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mackenzie

Let us know if things worked out :)


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