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I just changed font size of menu as below
font-size: 14px; font-size: 0.875rem;
It looks fine in Chrome. But in Safari and Firefox, menu is shown very small.
What will I need to do to have the same font size on all browsers please?
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Well... Thank you for replying, Susan. However, it's 10 days already. And I believe if you are customer, you don't want to wait 10 days to get answer. I did resolve issue myself.
For others if you face to the same trouble, please pay attention that Genesis 2.0 is using font-size: 14px as 100%, instead of 16px, likes in Genesis 1.x. So, for using rem, you will need to divide to 14, not 16.
Thanks for the update; I'm glad you were able to resolve the issue yourself; thanks also for posting back the solution, so that others can take note.
Like you, I'm a StudioPress customer, not an employee. 🙂
Closing this thread as "resolved".
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