On my site www.modishmel.com I'm seeing the "blog post title" within the "pins" plugin section breaking words into multiple lines. See screenshot attached.
Only seeing it in Firefox. Can you help?
I have set up my homepage using the Elements sections, a Masthead at the top and then a selection of Heroes lower down.
I only just realised that the Heroes set a H1, as does the Masthead.
Is there an easy way I can change the Heroes to an H2/H3 etc so as to improve the structure of my headers, whilst keeping the Masthead as H1?
I really don't know much at all about CSS, which is why I use Pagelines because it's just so easy to create good looking pages without too much confusion.
page for reference is https://www.avangocouriers.co.uk
Strange issue popped up...this site's header http://pattimhall.com looks right in all browsers except firefox. This is what it should look like:
This is what it looks like instead:
Any idea what's going on here?
I noticed that the cached version of the website from a Google SERP has broken CSS:
Any idea why? The site looks fine elsewhere.
Also, when using the Web Developer Toolbar in Mozilla Firefox, there are a BUNCH of warnings regarding CSS. I'm wondering that's the problem with the Google cache.
In a prior post, I had experienced similar "breaking" of the CSS, but that was due to some errors in DNS. I thought we resolved all of that, so this perplexes me.
I'm trying to place the menu bar on top of a Revslider image using negative top margins and z-scores to place the Revslider under the menu as per this forum post: https://forum.pagelines.com/topic/37996-menu-inside-full-width-slider/
It looks great in Chrome and Safari but in Firefox the slider doesn't spread out across the page. Instead it stops when it collides with the items in the menu (i.e. logo and menu items). Any advice on what I'm doing wrong?
The full site is here: http://seemly-hobby.flywheelsites.com/
Thanks a lot!