CSS customization to a wordpress theme

Hello,

I'm creating a website using wordpress + Canvas theme, and I'm doing a lot of CSS customization in the menu area. Right now, I have two problems.

1. I can't center the main menu (Yoga, Music, Food, Body...) vertically over its background.

2. The CSS properties I applied work normally on Google Chrome, but on Firefox they don't. And I haven't seen how it is on IE.

Does anyone know what I should do to fix these problems?

Thanks so much in advance. I literally tried everything I could before asking your help. Any help is really really appreciated.

Personal Resume Website CSS styling bugs

Hi everyone,

I am completely new to css and have attempted to build and style my own website as a personal resume.

The problem i have is on smaller screens, such as mobile devices, the pages start allowing a scroll to the right and the page colouring ends leaving the background showing.

you can see an example of this on my site in the link below, if you shrink the browser window and scroll to the right the background shows through.
http://www.jamiegraham.me

Can someone please help me with this issue I can post my code if need be?

Wordpress CSS conflicting with Java menu?

Hi, forgive me; I'm not sure if this question is better suited in the Off topic section, due to the Javascript menu, or if it's better in the CMS section since it also deals with Wordpress, so I've posted this in both places for now.

JS menu styling conflicting with Wordpress CSS?

Hi, forgive me; I'm not sure if this question is better suited in the Off topic section, due to the Javascript menu, or if it's better in the CMS section since it also deals with Wordpress, so I've posted this in both places for now.

Media Queries

hello,

i'm working to make an website responsive, i use Media Queries to make the responsive css an works fine.

But, i used @media inside another @media, and IE dont accept this...

ex:
@(media screen and (max-width:1000px){
@media screen and (min-width:800px){
}
}

Any sugestions?

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