[Support request] How to stack headings next to an image

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  • #830768
    BeeLady11

    Hi
    I have a header with a parallax image behind it and sticky nav at the top.
    I am trying to get an image with an H1 next to it and an H2 under the H1.
    I have almost got there but have hit a couple of problems:
    The image is not vertically aligned next to the two headers; it is sort of next to the H1. It needs to come down without wrecking the layout.
    The next problem is that the whole lot is pushed up the page in ie.
    Any help much appreciated.
    Thanks

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    #830920
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    Not quite sure if I understand.

    Looks like you’ve added lots of CSS for the page header and some of them might be causing some issues.

    When I remove letter-spacing: .14em; from

    .veloci-branding h1 {
        display: inline-block;
        font-size: 8vw;
        letter-spacing: .14em;
    }

    Things look more normal.

    #830964
    BeeLady11

    Hi- no, I’ve managed to sort the first problem.
    But it all moves up to the top on ie (seems ok on most of the other browsers)
    – any suggestions?

    Tx

    #831101
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    I checked the page with Chrome and IE and they look exactly the same to me.

    #831848
    BeeLady11

    OK Leo – must be our client’s version of ie.
    Just wondering if there was a fix …

    #831928
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Tough to tell without seeing the issue unfortunately.

    Try testing with a couple other computers and see if the issue is there.

    #832089
    BeeLady11

    Hi
    This is a screenshot of it on an older version of ie. It seems to have ignored the positioning:
    Incorrect positioning on older ie

    #832092
    BeeLady11
    #832201
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Unfortunately I’m not aware of a solution for this.

    IE has always been problematic especially with the older version.

    GP cannot control this.

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