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  • #1789

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    Hi
    I run the site msinterim (dot) se and installed an update. The black menu cross bar did not resize properly after update. How can i change that?
    Thanks for help

    #1790

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    Actually, i checked some more with other web browsers. In all other browsers i have no problem with the rendering of the black menu bar. It has the right size. Hower with the update, i noted the entire outer “box line” disappeared and some headline fonts changed. I can live with it, but was that on purpose? If it want to change it back, what do i need to do?
    So the only problem i have is with the rendering of the black menu bar in Google chrome. Google Chrome is up to date.
    Any hints on how to fix it?
    Thanks

    #1799

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    Hi
    Are you guys on vacation or are support requests restricted / ignored until you come out with the new fix it patch for the problems that the official update created?
    I know you warned the community to use or test BETA update as it might cause problems. However, regarding an official update, i didn’t expect it would cause problems and that everything would be handled seamlessly.

    A reply in which direction we are moving would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks
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    Hi
    I run the site msinterim (dot) se and installed an update. The black menu cross bar did not resize properly after update. How can i change that?
    Thanks for help

    Actually, i checked some more with other web browsers. In all other browsers i have no problem with the rendering of the black menu bar. It has the right size. Hower with the update, i noted the entire outer “box line” disappeared and some headline fonts changed. I can live with it, but was that on purpose? If it want to change it back, what do i need to do?
    So the only problem i have is with the rendering of the black menu bar in Google chrome. Google Chrome is up to date.
    Any hints on how to fix it?
    Thanks

    #1807

    StartupWP
    Support

    Apologies for the late response, we’ve been away due to technical difficulties.

    Did you still need help with this?

    Have you tried clearing all caches?

    Can you share a screenshot of the issue(s) that you’re seeing?

    #1808

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    The black menu bar solved itself, so it must have been a cache issue. The site looks the same on all browsers.
    The only thing i am wondering about, if you surf to the web address i have written, is that the border lines (framing) of the website vanished with the update. The graphics and fonts give all somewhat an improved impression, but the border is missing. I am still contemplating if i should leave it like that.

    #1809

    StartupWP
    Support

    Yes, this was an aesthetic design change, you can add them back with:

    #container, #breadcrumbs, #twitter-feed {
      box-shadow: 0 0 5px #aaa;
    }

    https://startupwp.com/topic/customizing-your-theme/

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