Problem in IE - Subjects all an top of the other - rockettheme template joomla 2.5

11 years 7 months ago #1 by laurelle

The link was missing from the post. But from what you have reported the Cufon plugin is working, and that is what I provide. I do not make the Cufon script, I only provide the method for using Cufon on a Joomla site. The problem that you are experiencing are CSS issues with the template that you are using. That is not something that I can help you with, you would need to contact the template developer for help with issues with their template.

Good luck.

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11 years 7 months ago #2 by torstenhh
All subjects of all showcase articles are on top of the other in rockettheme template by using IE9. Firefox an chrome works fine. If cufon plugin ist switched off, it works also fine with these standard fonts. See:
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