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After Installation 6.1.1 - Breadcrumb Alignment with WELCOME TO message conflict

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After Installation 6.1.1 - I am noticing that the BREADCRUMBS shows up on the main page. Not when I open the web page and land on the page but after I have visited anywhere else and then go back to the main page there appears a BREADCRUMB like heading which repeats the WELCOME TO message. Further it is almost on the same line as the true WELCOME TO message so the overlap if, as in my case, the message has much length to it.

I had not noticed it there before but now I see it on the other website running 6.0.3 but there it is staggered from the main WELCOME TO message. Also the CSS em for the "main_page_title" is larger in 6.1.1 than in older versions which was 1.8em compared to the new "font-size: 2.1em;"

FYI - this was observed on my davidlfriend.com website (non live) where I upgraded and also chose (for good or bad) "Do a file integrity scan, with automatic theme upgrading" I know there was an alert for the 6.1 upgrade but I didn't see it on the 6.1.1 so I thought I would try it out.


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Have a look at #66063 (the solution), and the posts preceding it.

You should get the answer to your issue there!

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Fletch said

Have a look at #66063 (the solution), and the posts preceding it.

You should get the answer to your issue there!

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That did it - Thanks Fletch!


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