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  • Can someone steer me in the right directio…I want to change the default post heading font in Kubrick.



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  • You need the CSS file..if you’re using WP 1.5, then wp-contents/themes/default/style.css

    The post title in Kubrick is not styled beyond a <h2>, so you’d want to put post.h2 { font-family: blah blah } and style it to your liking..


    Following on from this topic, is there any way to change the h2 tag in Kubrick?

    I.e., on the main page, the headline links are h2 (h2 id=”post-<?php_the_ID(); ?>”>< etc. etc…

    Can the h2 be changed to a div class or similar so the links can be 11px? If so, how specifically is it done?

    Would really appreciate some help on this one.

    Semantically, h2 is a better descriptor than div. As Cypher mentioned, if it is only styling that you’re after (i.e. a font change) it’ll be better to change the CSS style sheet.

    That easy, huh?

    Thanks, ifelse.

    I mistakenly thought I had changed the h2 tags, with little change, but of course, was wrong.

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