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Sushil Adhikari

Hi Gary…. sorry for late reply here. I would recommend not using that image widget if there is no way to remove the inline style. Best would be to use a text widget and do your own html to load the image, this way you can manage what the code is. The other method is to use a plugin widget called Black Studio TinyMCE widget which is a full editor based widget and lets you insert images, at which point you can edit the image code.

For the portfolio, I think I know what the extra one is…. the portfolio works off the same method as a typical blog category does with posts and when your settings for the blog is set to show a certain number of posts. But there is something i noticed that I made a note of, is that you have one thumbnail that is a bit taller and it’s pushing another item down on to another row by itself. I will have to find a solution for that should someone use different height thumbnails….although keeping the thumbnails all the same size will help it be consistent.

For the menu font size, you will find the css for this is in the style.css file around line 1953 and looks like this:

[code type=css]
.main-navigation li {
margin-top: 20px;
margin-top: 1.250rem;
font-family: ubuntu,sans-serif;
font-size: 15px;
font-size: 0.938rem;
line-height: 1.42857143;

I use two values, px for older browsers and rem for newer, but you can remove the rem if you prefer px sizes. This online tool easily converts from px to em (also rem) and vice versa:

How the site looks in ipad again is hard for me to see it until I get an iPad for myself later. It could have something to do with the browser (I’m assuming it’s the safari browser) which may display things slightly different or in different sizes…the joys of trying to design for all browsers and devices; not an easy task. If possible perhaps take a photo of the screen of your ipad and send it to me via email and I will get a better idea.