Support » Themes and Templates » basic formatting; different css for different pages?

  • Hi all:

    I have a custom WP themed site at I’m am a CSS / template / HTML rookie trying to learn my way through so I can make the basic tweaks I need.

    First things first: my pages look horrible and I need them to look great. On and I need to adjust the font size (bigger and Gotham Bold) and alignment (not centered, want to show number as in visual page editor). Eventually will want to add images etc.

    I can’t figure out which files to use to touch those pages, messing with the main CSS without messing up the look of the homepage etc.

    I installed but can’t figure out how to create the custom style sheet.

    Any help GREATLY appreciated…


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  • esmi


    Forum Moderator

    This is all CSS-related. If you are using a custom theme, then there is no need to use a custom CSS plugin or stylesheet. Just add the necessary CSS to your theme’s stylesheet. Try using Firefox with the Firebug add-on for this kind of CSS troubleshooting. Or use whatever developer tool is available in your web browser.

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