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[Resolved] Changing Font and font size in writing posts…why?

  • I am new to wordpress and I have just installed 2.7. What I am trying to understand is why there isn’t a button to change font and font size when writing posts. There is a button for nearly everthing else even special characters but not this…. or am I missing something?

    I would like to change the entire font of my post to Ariel instead of times and I would like to have the first line of the post in a much larger text size. How do I have to do this? use HTML? is it difficult to write? would be much easier if there was a button for this for those who aren’t so technical….

    Thanks in advance for any feedback.

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  • I guess you can simply do this in the html code, adding a <p class="your special font class"> </p> and adding the font and stuff into the css. this might be a bad way to do it, but it works

    Yes, you can do this. This is not given in the post options because it is managed in the css file of the theme directory to maintain the page layout…

    Thanks for your response. Now, if I want to make the first line of my post a bigger size than the rest or make one word bigger than the rest, do I maintain this in .css file or have to write html directly in the write post box?

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