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Dear all.

I purchased the Madison Template.

When passing over the top menu button, the link highlightes only the index page, irrespect of the real link assigned to te menu. It works only if you put the mouse's arrow below the word. Is it possibile to fix this error? I would like to have the correct link, anywhere the mouse's arrow is, if it is inside the rectangle of a menu's item.
Furthermore if you load the website on a mobile device, the logo text is not mobile-friendly.

Please see the attached images.
Best regards!
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ciaran Accepted Answer Pending Moderation

May I suggest sending temporary access to your Joomla installation to info@joomla51.com and we will examine this issue further. For our reference please paste a link to this post in your email.

ciaran Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
Thank you Gaetano

1. To amend you can add the following to the Custom CSS field of your templates parameters (Extensions -> Templates -> [YourTemplateStyle] -> Custom CSS)....

#container_hornav {
z-index: 100;

2. Unfortunately text by its nature is not responsive so we have to set the font size manually for each screen size. Using the Custom CSS fields for each screen size in the 'Responsive Options tab of your template settings, you can add the following. This will allow you to set the font size manually.

Edit to taste for each screen size..

h1.logo-text a {
font-size: 38px;

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