HELP – Header spacing went haywire when logged in

  • dave


    I just update from Wordpres 3.4 to 3.5 and from Graphane 1.6.1 to 1.8.2.

    When logged in, my vertical spacing gets

    – for sites where I see an admin bar, some words wrap down to a second line melding into the header

    – My site title and description move down a bunch of lines

    – My nav bar triples in height

    Running inspect element on the nav bar (id=nav) shows some strange calculated values

    height: 94.72726440429688px;

    when no logged in

    height: 37.45454406738281px;

    Turning off the toolbar on my profile didn’t help

    Any thoughts?


    Kenneth John Odle


    Your header looks fine to me. Can you throw us a link where this is happening.

    I just update from Wordpres 3.4 to 3.5 and from Graphane 1.6.1 to 1.8.2.

    This is the wrong way to upgrade. Only upgrade one thing at a time, whether it’s WP, theme, or plugins. That way, if something goes wrong, you know what caused it.

    Moved to Support. Please post in the correct section next time.



    Sorry about posting in the wrong place.

    Yeah, I know I messed that part up. I updated wordpress first and tabs broke so I updated graphene right away which seemed to fix it. I was focused on that so don’t recall i f this issue existed inbetween.

    Ok, so it mostly seems to be working right now except the admin bar is still word wrapping. The “New” after “+New” is wrapping to a new line and the “SEO” before the dot (Yoast SEO) is wrapping to the next line. This occurs without the background growing around the wrap.

    So far I have found it occurring on chrome but not IE

    Is there a way to PM you a user id and password if you wanted to look at it? Non-users don’t get the admin bar.

    This is no longer an emergency (only can be seen by some users), so you can change the subject line.

    Thank you!!



    Super sorry. Realized that it was caused by my browser being zoomed out one notch.


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