I have a menu with site title image and site tagline (2 lines with <br> in between). In the customizing panel "Site Tagline" I set "Text Align" to center but the text stays aligned to the left. I also tried text align: right and nothing changed. Also the text format is set to "centered" which seems to be ignored.
Even when I don't select any format (menu set to "--SELECT--") and set font family, size etc. individually, nothing changes.
I also emptied the cache and tried another browser ...
Thanks a lot for help :)
I just tried this too and I couldn't replicate the issues. I would like to take a look at your website to try and solve the issues. Could you please send an email with your wordpress admin panel login data and a link to this post to email@example.com ? Thanks
Hi, I think it has something to do with the length of the lines. When I put shorter words even in three lines or shrink the font size there is a point where the alignment works again.
This image shows that it works (7pt font size)
And here, with 9 pt font size the text jumps to left aligned:
So maybe the question is now how to have a bigger "box" for the text?
I found out how the problem is caused: The space for the site title is as big as the title image. If the text for the tagline is longer than the image width, somehow the alignment does not work.
I made the image wider so that the alignment can be controlled.
Maybe something to fix.
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