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Trying to get the tagline to wrap

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  • #22362
    cepd_dev
    Participant

    Hello,

    I am trying to use CSS to get the tagline to wrap to a second line. The tagline is currently overrunning my contact information. This is the CCS I was using:

    .header_logo .tagline {
    left: 10px;
    position: relative;
    width: 10%;
    }

    Changing the left parameter does alter the indentation. I thought the width parameter should force the wrapping to occur. 10% is a low value, but i was just trying to get the parameter to take action.

    Do you have any ideas on what might be an issue?

    My webpage is cepd.com

    Thanks,
    Glenn

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  • #22365
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Hi Glenn,

    The reason your CSS changes are not being applied is because your version of the theme is not compatible with WordPress 4.2+. So these style changes you’re putting in are not being outputted correctly. You’re probably also noticing that other stylistic options you’re configuring are not being applied how you want. Updating to the latest version of the theme will resolve this.

    http://themeblvd.com/changelog/?theme=alyeska

    http://support.themeblvd.com/theme-update-instructions/#themeforest

    Furthermore to your issue, make sure to also add display: block; to your CSS, so you will be able to apply such changes to a <span> tag, which is inline by default.

    Alternatively you could try saving <br> tags in your logo tagline where you want the line breaks to happen.

    #22366
    cepd_dev
    Participant

    Jason,

    I updated the theme. I also used “display: block;” and that worked well. I tried adding <br> inside the tagline and it just came through as text.

    Thanks for the help.

    Glenn

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