28/12/2016 at 18:41 #2570
On my 404 page on simplymeditate.org, the h1 paragraph font appears very large on my ipad and my LG G4 phone on three different browsers.
It looks fine on my desktop, and the Elementor Responsive simulation also shows a phone screen with normal size font.
You can see the two screenshots at simplymeditate.org/responsive-issue/
You can see the 404 page at simplymeditate.org/404-page/
If I format with h2 or h3, the phone looks OK but of course the desktop is wrong.
Can you help?29/12/2016 at 14:35 #2571
When i insert wrong URL i i’m not redirected to your /404-page/ but in here:
I believe this is what you get in mobile.
Did you set this page to be 404 through the customize settings?29/12/2016 at 14:53 #2573
Yes,this is what I get in mobile.
Yes, I set it through Appearance/Customize/Layout/Select 404 Page Content29/12/2016 at 15:00 #2574
Can you give me access details to your admin panel?
Just make sure everything is update – WP, theme and Elementor.29/12/2016 at 15:22 #2575This reply has been marked as private.30/12/2016 at 16:50 #2577
I have tried changing my 404 page setting in layout.
Regardless of which page I choose as the404 page in layout:
– If I directly type in the url of the layout defined 404 page, eg. simplymeditate.org/404-page, it looks OK.
– But if I reach the same 404 page through an incorrect url eg. simplymeditate.org/xxx, I see the enlarged h1 line.
This happens equally on my desktop and on my smartphone.
The problem seems to occur ONLY when a user reaches the 404 defined page through an incorrect url.
Hope that helps.
Jonathan02/01/2017 at 9:16 #2588
It seems like although you were able to create a custom 404 page, it still took the style of our own 404 page.
So i have just changed your <H1> title into <H2> and it seems to work fine.03/01/2017 at 14:05 #2596
Not a perfect solution, but it seems good enough.
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