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  • in reply to: Language switcher menu width #7238

    jfcyr
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    WPML
    As you can see, my menu seems to be the same width as yours, but the text I use is shorter. So I am expecting the menu to be narrower.

    in reply to: Language switcher menu width #7229

    jfcyr
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    Hello
    The document is all well and good and takes care of the behavior of the fly-out menus
    BUT
    WPML langage switcher is not a regular menu and is not managed by the functions found in the usual Appearance->Menus. It is simply not there as a menu.
    As I said previously, I suspect there is some kind of conflict between the way menus are managed in the theme and the way the language switcher is managed by WPML.
    All I found on WPML forums are bits of css to reduce the width go the dropdown (see initial question).
    None have worked.
    Further reading on this problem brought this “answer” (https://wpml.org/forums/topic/dropdown-box-width-as-menu-item/):
    As I said before, it seems that the width of the child item in the menu is set to a certain value (other child menu items, not from the language switcher, probably have the same width, at least the minimum width). You’ll need to specify the class that is responsible for this setting and overwrite it for the language switcher child items.
    Can you help with this ?

    in reply to: Translation of footer #6915

    jfcyr
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    WPML Widget plugin works like a charm.
    I guess that if that plugin exist it is probably because WPML does not feature a “language aware” widget manager…
    Thanks for the help

    in reply to: Internet Explorer Header #5069

    jfcyr
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    Problem solved.
    Many thanks

    in reply to: Internet Explorer Header #5053

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    in reply to: Internet Explorer Header #5049

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    in reply to: Internet Explorer Header #5047

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    We now have 45 and 55, still it is clipped on Safari.
    Should I create a new logo file with a bit more “padding”

    in reply to: Internet Explorer Header #5044

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    Hello
    It has not cleared the problem. A bit more of the logo is showing, but it is still cropped.
    I also checked more closely on Safari on the mac and the last few pixels are clipped (the ®)
    BTW, shouldn’t the max-width of the main navigation and site-branding container add up to 100% ?

    in reply to: Internet Explorer Header #5042

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    Thanks, I have add they to the SiteOrigin CSS plugin. I will ask some colleagues to confirm that this solved our problem (I am on a mac and cannot replicate the problem with the built-in validation tools of Safari).

    in reply to: Internet Explorer Header #5039

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    in reply to: Internet Explorer Header #5037

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    I have the same problem with IE clipping my site logo (the right part of it, towards the menus)
    I have tried de-activating the retina logo, without success. I have reduced the size of both the regular and retina logos to 360x 60 and 800×130 respectively and re-activated the retina logo, still the problem persist. IE version is IE10.

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