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  • (Twenty eleven, 3.2.1)

    From a layout/display perspective they are one type size too large.

    I presume you can’t do it without getting into the code, which I haven’t done yet.

    I also presume they are tied to H1, H2, etc.

    Do you go into Editor inside Appearance in the dashboard? If so, into which file?

    Thanks in advance.

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  • Hey Magyver,

    I’m new myself but as far as I know this is all controlled by the style.css file at the bottom of the list when you get into the editor. Check there and then do a ctrl+f search for H1, H2, what ever you want to find. Under that you should be able to adjust the pixel size. Someone else may have a better fix though!
    -Ric

    rseaver06, I think you may be onto something. If the titles are done in an H1 format, I likely will never want any size type that large in my display, and can change it (H1) permanently in the main CSS code.

    If I can find the right place to change the default H1 size, it won’t be in pixels though, it will be in type size.

    I’ve seen already 3 members here (in 2 days) sharp enough to point me where I need to go; perhaps I’ll get lucky tonight.

    Gimme a hand here guys & girls, & thanks in advance.

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