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  • text.css, around line 15 holds a value of 62.5% for font-size. Increasing this increases the fontsize on your web site.

    Peter

    Cheers Peter,

    I gave it a try but found that when I upped the percentage to say 100%

    Although the single post and page php looks better it has made the index.php text look ridiculously big.

    Any ideas how I might over come this? keeping the font sizes separate?

    To keep them seperate it’s probably better to enclose the text you want to change in div tags and style them directly in the CSS.

    On second inspection, looks like you could style all your post content with a single sweep.

    div.post rounded {
    
    rules go here
    
    }

    Hi Jakeyy,
    Thank you for the advice

    With my limited CSS I tried something along the lines of..

    div.post rounded {
    
    {font-size: 12px;}
    }

    no go 🙁

    I think the correct syntax to target those posts would be:

    div.post.rounded {
    font-size: 12px;
    }

    thanks spivurno,

    that seems to have done it.

    All your input is much appreciated! thanks guys.

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