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I'm working on my site http://gooplerwebdesign.dk/ and i have a problem with the logo text breaking into two lines, this is okay btw, but the black background isn't high enough to cover the site description when viewed on mobile upright held device, as it does on the PC display...
How do i control the hight without messing up the display of the site where the title is on one line ?
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Hmm, that wasn't nice, it's an image, "bg.png" added under 'body'...
Is it possible to make an addition in the responsive section to 'body' so i can add a new 'bg.png' with a higher black background to cover both title and description on upright held mobile device ?
Is there anyone who has an idea about this ?
this isn't happening on my phone when viewing your site. However, what happens if you add this to #header
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Thanks for your answer Debra 🙂
It' doesn't do anything, cause the background is an image called bg.png
Are you sure that yours aren't looking like this ?
It's where the green text is, it should be black as the title of the site, but be course of the breaking into two lines, it pushes the description down in the grey area, which is the menu-area, and makes the menu look a little odd.
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