Support » Plugin: JTRT Responsive Tables » Font size

  • Resolved franzgasser

    (@franzgasser)


    Hi,
    Im am using theme catch evolution Pro. In the theme, i have defined a standard font size of 14 px, in the JTRT tables, I would like to have 12px. When I change in the editor the font size from 14 px to 12 px, the value is changed always to 14px. How can I overwrite for the JTRT tables the setting of the theme?

    Kind regards

    Franz

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  • Plugin Author MyThirdEye

    (@mythirdeye)

    Hello Franz,

    Normally when you change the font-size, it will apply the style inline to the element/cell itself. Therefor it should be overwriting your default styles, unless you have used !important clause somewhere in your stylesheets.

    However, you can always change the stylesheets directly using custom stylesheets. For example

    #jtrt_table_82 table tbody tr td{ font-size:23px!important; }

    Normally I wouldn’t use !important but because you’re already having issues styling the font-size I feel this may be necessary.

    Let me know if that helps or if you have any more questions.

    Thanks
    John

    Thread Starter franzgasser

    (@franzgasser)

    Dear John,

    thanks a lot for your answer. I am not such an experienced user, so can you tell me, where I have to insert the code mentioned below?

    Kind regards

    Franz

    Plugin Author MyThirdEye

    (@mythirdeye)

    Hey, @franzgasser

    You can add custom styles to your stylesheet.css file, some themes will have their own place that they allow you to put extra styles, something like “custom css” tab if you have it. If not, you can simply place it inside your main style.css file located at

    Appearance -> Editor -> Styles.css (should be the first file that opens)

    Hope this helps!

    Thanks
    John

    Thread Starter franzgasser

    (@franzgasser)

    hi John, thanks for your answer, it is ok now

    Franz

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