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Styling #respond site-title in hybrid theme (6 posts)

  1. royalsociety
    Posted 4 years ago #

    I love WordPress and bless Greenshady for his hybrid theme! I was able to create a child theme to match my company's branding in record time! I just have one thing stumping me; on all screens "site-title" is wrapped in an h1 tag and I have styled it without hitch, however when one hits "leave a response" it drops the h1 tag and I am left with the basic text style. If I change the site-title style at all, it affects the h1 settings.

    I have searched javascript and php till I am blind trying to figure out why it is dropping the h1 or if I could find a unique property I could style on the #respond screen.

    Any suggestions would be more than welcome.


  2. link?
    css issues can best be discussed with a link to the live site.

  3. royalsociety
    Posted 4 years ago #

    My desired header is at;


    and the "broken" header can be seen at;


  4. your theme seems to distinguish the title between the front page and other pages; this is likely in header.php.
    check the file for the code.

    if you need more eyes to have a look, you could paste the code of header.php into a http://wordpress.pastebin.com/ and post the link to it here.

  5. royalsociety
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Ah, but its not pulling the style from the header.php - this is the dynamic "site-title" element of the hybrid theme.. Does that make sense? It's set up as a network (multiblogs) in V3.

  6. Ah, but its not pulling the style from the header.php

    the html has to come from somewhere; and my suggestion is to look into header.php if there is a distinguishing between front page and the rest.
    of course it is pulling the style from the #site-title css;

    if you rather want to edit the style, just adding a font-size: 50px; (or slightly adjusted number value) might get the formatting quite close.

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