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How do I change the default type size of headlines in a post? (3 posts)

  1. Magyver NFL
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    (Twenty eleven, 3.2.1)

    From a layout/display perspective they are one type size too large.

    I presume you can't do it without getting into the code, which I haven't done yet.

    I also presume they are tied to H1, H2, etc.

    Do you go into Editor inside Appearance in the dashboard? If so, into which file?

    Thanks in advance.

  2. rseaver06
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hey Magyver,

    I'm new myself but as far as I know this is all controlled by the style.css file at the bottom of the list when you get into the editor. Check there and then do a ctrl+f search for H1, H2, what ever you want to find. Under that you should be able to adjust the pixel size. Someone else may have a better fix though!
    -Ric

  3. Magyver NFL
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    rseaver06, I think you may be onto something. If the titles are done in an H1 format, I likely will never want any size type that large in my display, and can change it (H1) permanently in the main CSS code.

    If I can find the right place to change the default H1 size, it won't be in pixels though, it will be in type size.

    I've seen already 3 members here (in 2 days) sharp enough to point me where I need to go; perhaps I'll get lucky tonight.

    Gimme a hand here guys & girls, & thanks in advance.

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