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Robocrat
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« on: May 22, 2014, 05:10:57 AM »

Hi, there are two things I was hoping you could help me with for our site (meltingpress.com) which we're using the Maxed Mag wordpress theme on.

1) The first is that we updated the format of the site a while back so that the menu box in the header and footer went from the default grey to black. This is reflected in the version of the site shown on firefox but not on chrome. I think an issue that is related is that the font size on article/post pages in chrome shrinks either upon first landing on the page or upon refreshing, so again firefox is fine but chrome is not. We've tried searching but can't seem to figure out what in the stylesheet could be causing these errors with chrome.

2) The second thing is that you'll note the title of the tab in your browser says 'Page name on'. The problem with this is that if we set the title as 'The Melting Press' it refers to the home page of the site as 'The Melting Press on The Melting Press' which looks silly. If we don't set a page name all of them look strange as it just says the 'Page Name on' which looks unfinished. So is there a way to either change the name of the home page from 'The Melting Press' or to remove the 'on' from the tab titles?

Thanks in advance!

Edit: I'd also like to add that we tried updating the vertex but it breaks everything else on the site from the formatting to most widgets, so we've had to revert to the old version. So updating is not an option.
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Tristan Rineer
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« Reply #1 on: May 22, 2014, 09:05:05 AM »

Hi, there are two things I was hoping you could help me with for our site (meltingpress.com) which we're using the Maxed Mag wordpress theme on.

   Theme-related problems need to be posted to the designated board for that theme; I've moved your post to the board for Maxed Mag.

1) The first is that we updated the format of the site a while back so that the menu box in the header and footer went from the default grey to black. This is reflected in the version of the site shown on firefox but not on chrome. I think an issue that is related is that the font size on article/post pages in chrome shrinks either upon first landing on the page or upon refreshing, so again firefox is fine but chrome is not. We've tried searching but can't seem to figure out what in the stylesheet could be causing these errors with chrome.

   It appears that you missed a property in template.css around line 591.  There is a background property with a webkit gradient applied.

2) The second thing is that you'll note the title of the tab in your browser says 'Page name on'. The problem with this is that if we set the title as 'The Melting Press' it refers to the home page of the site as 'The Melting Press on The Melting Press' which looks silly. If we don't set a page name all of them look strange as it just says the 'Page Name on' which looks unfinished. So is there a way to either change the name of the home page from 'The Melting Press' or to remove the 'on' from the tab titles?

Thanks in advance!

Edit: I'd also like to add that we tried updating the vertex but it breaks everything else on the site from the formatting to most widgets, so we've had to revert to the old version. So updating is not an option.

   The browser titles are fixed in the Vertex Upgrade Patch, if you can't apply the full patch, then you can compare the s5_head_call function in your version of the cms_core_functions.php with the one from the patch.
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