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  • jax4pres

    (@jax4pres)


    Hello,
    Once again I come with a very easy problem that I can’t seek to solve. Basically, I’m playing around with the fonts on my site: http://jackgrabon.com.

    I’ve successfully changed the font family (more or less), but I can’t alter the font size the way I want it. When I do inspect element, it tells me that the h1 tag is responsible for the white text and that media=”screen” rules the page text (at least I think).

    How do I fix this? I’ve gone into the only stylesheet on the back-end of WP, but there isn’t that h1. I’m confused b/c I thought that there was a master stylesheet. Any help would be appreciated…

    Thanks,
    Jax

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  • Andrew Bartel

    (@andrew-bartel)

    You can always make a new entry.

    h1 {
    font-size: 24px; /* or whatever */
    }

    Make sure you’re using a child theme too!

    jax4pres

    (@jax4pres)

    Not sure what a child theme is. I was just hoping to change whatever is producing the font sizes rather than adding more and potentially creating a problem in the future.

    WPyogi

    (@wpyogi)

    If you modify theme files, that WILL cause problems in the future because your changes will be overwritten and lost when the theme is updated. If you don’t want to make a child theme, you can add Custom CSS via a plugin such as Custom CSS Manager or JetPack.

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