John, Thanks for your fast response. I am really impressed by this plug-in, especially when I look at the coding, as my ability to make new entries in css is limited to minor tweaking. Although I found the
modal-header entries in the
./template/bootstrap/css/bootstrap.min.css file I am unable to do the coding for the styling, at least not without further research. I am looking to change the font size and color and possibly the background color. If you can provide any further help, I will be grateful, but since the Maintenance Mode screen has only appears transitorily, it is not so important and I will be happy with it as it is.
Coming back to the possibility of java script problems, Firefox has become increasingly buggy since ver. 18.0 and I was working in Firefox ver. 22.0, which has an issue with Adobe Flash 11 and Shockwave 12. It took several attempts to even install Flash 11 on a Toshiba Laptop, running Windows Vista and despite reinstalling the latest version yesterday on my 64-bit Vista desktop it would not run the YouTube video on your web page. When Flash or Shockwave crash, they usually freeze Firefox and I have to restart it. I checked the Firefox Health Report and found that I have had 75 crashes in the past three days. Today, following Firefox’s recommendation, I reverted to Flash version 10.3 and your YouTube video plays fine. I was multitasking in the browser while, installing the Maintenance Mode page and these crashes were probably the reason why my site slowed down. It is fine now.