Twenty Ten theme: title and tagline lengths
|Reported by:||jrawle||Owned by:|
The new default theme, Twenty Ten, seems to assume a long title and short tagline. Using a longer tagline causes it to wrap over several times, resulting in a large amount of whitespace underneath the title, and making the whole header look unbalanced.
Enter an average-length title, e.g. "My Wordpress Blog"
Enter a slightly longer tagline, e.g. "This is what happens when you have a slightly longer tagline than usual"
The tagline will be squashed over to the right, and a large white space opens up underneath the title, despite there being space for the string I suggested to appear on a single line.
Suggested fix: instead of fixing the width of the title and tagline to 700 and 220 pixels respectively, the widths should be set to "auto". The tagline could then be right justified. This produces a better-looking heading for a wider range of title and tagline length combinations.
Change History (4)
comment:2 @SergeyBiryukov — 4 years ago
- Component changed from Themes to Bundled Theme
- Keywords has-patch added