There are several reasons why you might see an orange banner that looks like this on your screen while using the BioRender app.
The browser window you are using is too narrow:
Biorender cannot only be used in browser windows that are at least 920 pixels wide. If you are using a browser window that is less than 920 pixels wide, an orange banner will appear to prevent you from using the app.
To remove the banner, increase the width of your browser window (by clicking and dragging one of the corners of the window).
Note: This is also the reason why the orange banner appears on tablets and mobile devices (their screens are generally less than 920 pixels wide).
Your browser is "zoomed in" too far
Some people like to zoom in while using their internet browser to increase the size of text and images. However, zooming in on your browser effectively "stretches" the pixels onscreen. Therefore, if you zoom in too far, it can trick BioRender into thinking your browser window is too narrow (see explanation above).
Here's a list of the maximum zoom amount for some common screen sizes:
13-inch screen = max zoom of 150%
15-inch screen = max zoom of 175%
21-inch screen = max zoom of 200%
To remove the orange banner, reduce your zoom either by pressing Command + Minus Sign (Control + minus sign for PC) or by click "Zoom Out" under the "View" menu of your browser's top toolbar.
You are using an internet browser other than Chrome or Safari
BioRender is optimized for use in Chrome and Safari. Therefore, if you choose to use an internet browser other than Chrome or Safari, an orange banner will remain at the bottom of the screen to remind you that you may experience issues using BioRender in that browser. This banner doesn't prevent you from using the app, but cannot be removed.