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I am currently in the process of creating a website that will use MetroPro (I will be importing there content from a non-WP website). Not yet live.
Everything is going well, I have only one small issue. The title of the website is one word - counting 14 characters, something such as MYSITETITLE.COM. There is only the title in the header, no image.
Unless I use a too small font, the title cannot fit on one line when using a smartphone. It shows the first ten characters, while the following ones are left out of the screen.
It is not a big issue. But it would be nicer if one could see the entire word when accessing the website using a smartphone.
I have found a lot of articles and tricks about making the image in the header responsive. But I have not been able to find suggestions for making the title of the website in the header responsive, when it uses a single, relatively long word.
What I would like is quite simple (or maybe it isn't!): to get the size of the title text in the header resize automatically when the website is opened on a smartphone. For the other types of screens, it works great.
If anybody could suggest a way, I would be grateful.
Thank you, Christoph. Once the website goes live, I will share the URL and show the issue, if I have not been able to solve it by then. (Or explain how I have solved it, in case I do!)
If I have several more issues, I may also contact you privately for customizations. But first, I want to complete the process of moving my content to the new WP environment, and see which issues will possibly remain unsolved at the end. This is also part of the learning process: attempting to find solutions by oneself insofar it is possible - then it makes it easier to manage one's website on a daily basis!
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