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  • Resolved nealumphred

    (@nealumphred)


    Could you please provide me with a piece of CSS code to increase/decrease the size of the font in the responses?

    I have Comment text size in pixels set at 16px and would like to make the type in the response fields the same size.

    Keep on keepin’ on!

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  • Plugin Support gVectors Support

    (@gvectorssupport)

    Hi @nealumphred,

    I have Comment text size in pixels set at 16px and would like to make the type in the response fields the same size.

    Please use the following CSS code.

    #wpcomm .wc-reply .wc-comment-right .wc-comment-text, #wpcomm .wc-reply .wc-comment-right .wc-comment-text * {
        font-size: 16px;
        line-height: inherit;
    }

    The CSS code should be added in the “Custom CSS Code” textarea, located in the Dashboard > Comments > Settings > Styling admin page.

    I see a small CSS conflict, to solve it use the CSS code below:

    CSS code

    #wpcomm .wc_comm_form.wc_main_comm_form .wc-field-comment .wc-field-avatararea{
        margin: 17px 19px !important;
    }

    Please don’t forget to delete all caches and press Ctrl+F5 (twice) on the frontend before checking to reload the updated CSS file.    

    1. Thanks for the near-immediate response!

    2. The code for the response-text size worked perfectly. Oddly, at 16px it looked larger than the comment-text size (also 16px), probably because of the light grey background. So I changed the code to 15px and it looks perfect!

    3. As for the “small CSS conflict” that you noticed, I had not set up the plugin correctly yesterday but I think I got it all right this morning. Give it a look-see, please.

    Plugin Support gVectors Support

    (@gvectorssupport)

    Hi @nealumphred,

    We apologize for the late response.

    3. As for the “small CSS conflict” that you noticed, I had not set up the plugin correctly yesterday but I think I got it all right this morning. Give it a look-see, please.

    As far as I see the wpDiscuz plugin is deactivated, please reactivate the plugin to allow us to check it.

    Thanks for the response.

    I deactivated WPDisciz on that site because I cannot receive comments.

    I am addressing this issue (which is the pressing issue) in another letter I submitted to support. Here is the link to that conversation:

    https://wordpress.org/support/topic/not-receiving-sent-comments/#post-12275133

    Plugin Support gVectors Support

    (@gvectorssupport)

    ok @nealumphred,

    Please follow the solution mentioned in the topic.

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