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  • #18645

    davidf
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    Hi there,

    Since the update (theme version 1.8.6) I have issues with the size of one of the fonts – but only on mobile devices

    For all my posts, I have the ‘Show button’ on

    The text I enter below it (for the link) – on my laptop is fine but on a mobile device, the font size becomes very big – much larger since the last update

    Any ideas, how I can make it the original, smaller size?

    CSS ( .gallery-link p a)

    Thanks,
    David

    #18648

    SeaTheme
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    Hi,

    Please paste the issued page URL, I need to check the live webpage. Thanks!

    Regards!
    Bwsm – uiueux.comTwitterFacebook

    #18653

    davidf
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    Hi there, sorry it is a password secured site but….

    line 4011 of the css file;

    .responsive-ux .gallery-link-a { font-size: var(–font-size-gallery-link, 26px); }

    If when changing values on my laptop (ie reducing the 26) when I reduce the screen size, the font stays at the correct size and does become too large

    However, on my mobile screen the font is still very large,

    Any ideas?

    #18656

    SeaTheme
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    Hi,
    I could only guess if there is not lived web page.
    You could add the custom CSS to define the font size:

    @media (max-width: 480px) {
     .responsive-ux .gallery-link-a { font-size: 20px; }
    }

    If it doesn’t work
    What’s your mobile device name, version, screen size?
    RG

    #18662

    davidf
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    Hi there,

    That worked perfectly, I really appreciate you replying so promptly.

    Regards,

    David

    FYI – Mobile phone – Samsung Galaxy S7;
    Samsung Galaxy S7 1440 x 2560 (pixel size) and 360 x 640 (viewport)

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