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KeepOnKeepingOn

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  1. Put this in your CSS and it should rid it. You can add breakpoints if needed but this should do the trick. .burger { display: none; }
  2. I used this bit in order to have a temp fix until they fix it. .header-display-mobile .header-burger {position: absolute;} .header-display-mobile .header-title-logo { text-align:center; margin-left:20%; } Adjust the margin to acquire a perfect center, hope this works.
  3. Thanks for the reply, until there is a fix i just used this in my css for left align menu for mobile as stated above and the extra code for the logo back to middle. .header-display-mobile .header-burger {position: absolute;} .header-display-mobile .header-title-logo { text-align:center; margin-left:20%; } I haven't set the margin property to calculate a perfect center but because the wrapper isn't 100% width of the header, centering with text-align won't make it center of the header so you have to offset it with a margin property.
  4. I'm glad I'm not the only one who noticed this. This is very annoying that there is no control over this or at least when you change the header layout it only changes on the desktop and not mobile. I fought for hours going through my code to see if it was something that I caused. They must have changed something so I hope it was a mistake because I don't like this layout at all. My layout on mobile would always be Nav Left, Logo Center, & additional links "cart" Aligned Right. I'm sure this was a error an there will be a fix soon because I'm sure there has been enough people noti
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