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[resolved] Adjusting text on homepage (4 posts)

  1. NollieHeel
    Member
    Posted 5 months ago #

    So far Ive set up the main content I want my website to display on a PAGE in wordpress. I haven't created any new/additional HTML files.

    So on the page, Ive written dummy text to test it out, but have a hard time using CSS to adjust it (specifically, it's position on the page).

    the text are automatically assigned a <p> tag, nested inside the <entry-content> tag. I wish I could assign a CLASS or ID to the <p> tags.

    So I guess my real question is - how do I assign a CLASS or ID to the <p> tags? that's my assumed solution to the issue.

  2. salsaturation
    Member
    Posted 5 months ago #

    Switch the editor to text instead of visual and add the tags manually

    <p class="class_name">blah blah</p>
    <p class="class_name_2">blah blah</p>

    or are you saying you wish to apply a generic class automatically?

  3. NollieHeel
    Member
    Posted 5 months ago #

    I think maybe a generic class...
    the text option- isn't that what comes with the .com version?
    I don't see it in the editor

  4. NollieHeel
    Member
    Posted 5 months ago #

    An nevermind. I was thinking of the (appearance) file editor, instead of going to POst>edit post. Thanks!!

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