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  • I’m using Strong 1.08. The website in question is at: https://www.kevinwing.live/

    On the desktop, the font is okay (the client does want it enlarged). If you look at is on a mobile device (iphone for example), the font is on the top of the slider and not centered. So when you enlarge the font size, then it doesn’t even fit. How do I rectify this? Enlarged on the desktop but properly responsive when look at on a mobile device?

    Greetings, I’ve fixed the websites in question and it seems to be working properly. I also changed hosting providers as well. Since both servers operate a little different from each other, a common issue comes up. It’s within the .htaccess file. It’s located in the wp-includes folder and the wp-admin/includes folder. The new hosts has a way to secure the directories. When it does, it creates this htaccess file.

    # BEGIN rules managed by Control Panel > WordPress
    # !!mwyYxWuq1wUDCxb5dOJ0nv+cuDk:eyJzZWN1cmUiOjF9

    ### BEGIN PHP Security rules enabled via Control Panel > WordPress ###
    Options -Indexes -ExecCGI
    # Execution prevention
    <Files ~ “\.ph(?:p[345]?|t|tml)$”>
    deny from all
    </Files>
    #### END PHP Security rules enabled via Control Panel > WordPress ####

    # END rules managed by Control Panel > WordPress

    OK, the problem, this part of the htaccess is interfering with the look and feel of the website using Strong. I delete it and it’s fine. I delete the entire htaccess file and of course it’s fine.

    <Files ~ “\.ph(?:p[345]?|t|tml)$”>
    deny from all
    </Files>

    Anyhow, I’m not sure if this piece of code is creating issues across the board, depending on the host, or not but I wanted to bring this up. I’m at a point that I have to replace the theme (most sites I have are using Strong 1.08) The other reason I suspect it’s the theme, none of my other WordPress sites using other themes are affected. They’re operating normally.

    Will an updated version be made available soon? I know that WordPress is going to come out with a major revision soon and I don’t want to keep repairing my sites because of conflicts. Thank you.

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