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Restoring original font size (4 posts)

  1. Jesse R
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I have somehow accidentally greatly reduced the size of the font on my website (www.theshakingitupblog.com)
    It occurred when I was writing a post, selected a phrase and hit the Ctrl key a few times. It's as if using the Ctrl key "reduced" the font; now I need to "expand" it.
    I hope there is an easy way to do it as the font is so small that if I go to Appearance > Editor > Stylesheet, it's nearly impossible to read what's there.
    I am using the Aqua Child Them (modified lifestyle).
    Thanks for any help in this; much appreciated.

  2. Mary Davidson
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    This is exactly what just happened to me. I use Flex 3 theme. I was in widgets, and attempting to use the shift/- to underline. Was holding down what I thought was the shift, must've been the cntrl. Please help! Font/page sizes so reduced as to be unreadable, which has also happened to my site!

    ellipticalcrosstrainers-forjointfriendlyexercising.com

    I'm not at all fluent in html.

  3. Andrew
    Forum Moderator
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I'm sure someone will be able to help, Mary, but on your own thread.

  4. Mary Davidson
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    To Jessie R above, and anyone who now, or in the future runs into the problem of trying to make things right once they've accidently reduced the font size of their site.

    Another forum told me how to accomplish this. Just hit Ctrl 0 in your browser. I did this from my sign on page, and it worked great!

    Mary

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