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Changing fonts & font sizes

  • 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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  • You can always make a new entry.

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

    Make sure you’re using a child theme too!

    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

    Forum Moderator

    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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