when I’m logged in WordPress, the h2.font-weight poperty “lighter” works.
If the WordPress User is logged out, the h2.font-weight property “lighter” doesn’t work further.
I think the used font-weight is “normal”.
Font: Open Sans
Tested font-sizes: H2, H4
Used font-weight property: lighter (I use the extended styling properties and have tested Quick CSS -> the result is the same)
WordPress Installation: MultiDomain (WordPress MU Domain Mapping plugin in use)
It looks like a security problem. By changing user access rights the displayed font-weight changes.
Any idea why it is not working and how i can fix this?
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thanks for request. Please look at the changes in the content.
i will add a further information.
If the first website of the multidomain installation isn’t logged in,the chrome browser shows an error.
Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token <
I havn’t found the problem, but I think it isn’t the matter for the “lighter-font-weight” failure.
When the Maintenance-mode on the first installed website is switched off, the error disappears.
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