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    Annie Hurst
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    When my site is viewed on mobile, or when the desktop screen is smaller, my logo image moves underneath my collapsed menu and is over top of my slider image. How do I fix this?

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  • NIgelW
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    #19816 |

    Hi,
    I have a similar problem on Mobile also.
    The Title and the Tag appear over the top of the slider and the menu bar.
    Operation is ok, they are just in the wrong place.
    http://www.wizardfm.com.au is the site (still working on this one)
    Thank you

    Denzel Chia
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    #19820 |

    Hi Annie,

    Please provide your website url. We will take a look and provide you with a possible Custom CSS solution. We can only provide solution base on device, Please tell us which device view is not working properly for you.

    Thanks!

    To Nigelw,

    As per our forum regulation https://theme4press.com/support/topic/theme4press-support-forums-rules-please-read/
    Please kindly create your own thread with your question, Please do not post on other user’s thread or on topics marked as ‘Resolved’. This is to prevent confusion when we are providing solutions.

    Thanks!

    Annie Hurst
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    #19826 |

    Thanks Denzel! The URL is http://www.sincerelymewords.com/blog. I know the issue is happening across multiple small screen devices, but the one I have is an iPhone 6. Thank you so much for your assistance!

    Annie Hurst
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    #19827 |

    I also noticed, and I’m not sure if this is the same problem or not, but the “Read More” buttons move up over top of the text on resize as well.

    Denzel Chia
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    #19828 |

    Hi,

    Please try the following in your Theme Options -> Custom CSS

    Thanks

    Annie Hurst
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    #19829 |

    Hi Denzel,
    Thank you so much! There was a typo – a ( where there should have been a {, but other than that it worked beautifully! Thank you, thank you!

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