• Hi all,

    I have read the items about changing the .css files to change the fonts, but changing to TNR made the blog look ugly.

    I have a blog on


    but the font looks difficult to read on my screen. In particular the first ever blog at the bottom of the page has the word “i n c l u d e ” on the first line, but because the words are close together looks like “i n d u d e”.

    Does anyone have a place where fonts and spaces can be seen in realtime? or anyone changed their blog page to a wider font and they are happy with the readability?



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  • p, li, .feedback {
    font: 90%/175% ‘Lucida Grande’, ‘Lucida Sans Unicode’, Verdana, sans-serif;
    letter-spacing: 1px;

    Change the letter spacing value ?

    Also, adding a value such as this:
    into “body” will change the base value for all the other %.

    Many thanks for that quick reply podz. I changed the letter spacing to “letter-spacing:0.05em;” and it gives a small enough space between the letters to identify the c and l clearly.

    I have also changed the font size to 14px though I may make this a little larger in the future to help those with poor eyesight.

    Thanks Again.


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