April 10, 2015 at 18:09 UTC - Views: 1 #17595
I have developed a nice website using the Weaver Xtreme and it looks great on my Windows 8 Firefox browser. However, when I view it on my MAC Firefox and Safari browsers the menu font and header fonts (h1, h2, h3) are inflated, throwing off the menu alignment (causing it to wrap). I have added -webkit-text-size-adjust: 100%; (and the corresponding -ms, -moz versions) and it still inflates the size. I am using percentages on the font size with the base at 16px. How can the two sets of browsers be sooo different? Is there a way to stop the inflation that I haven’t figured out yet?
I know all the forums across Google say there is no inflation on desktop browsers but that is not true based on my experience. The website is https://www.mountainhomedetailing.com … view it in a Windows browser then an Apple desktop browser and you can see the difference is significant. Is there something in the Weaver CSS that may be blocking the webkit-text-size-adjust?April 10, 2015 at 18:55 UTC #21207WeaverKeymaster
I’m not seeing any significant difference between any Windows browsers and any Mac Browsers. I didn’t look at iOS browsers (not the same as Mac browsers).
I only get menu wrapping when the desktop browser window is narrow, which is expected and has no solution.
There does seem to be a slight difference in the wrapping of the body text – slightly larger on Windows.April 10, 2015 at 18:56 UTC #21208
Well … I figured out by setting my own font size for the menu items at 20px then the menu looked great on all browsers. I was trying to use a custom size of 1.45 em, which looked great on Windows Firefox but was larger on Apple browsers.April 10, 2015 at 19:08 UTC #21209
Hmmm … I am noticing some body wrapping differences as well but they are ‘larger’ on my Mac than on my Windows. I am wondering if my Window browsers are giving me a false reading. It looks good enough for now, though. Thank you for checking for me!April 10, 2015 at 21:53 UTC #21210scramblerModerator
You may have specific settings in you browser causing the difference.
You can adjust the menu items spacing to delay the moment it goes on two lines.
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