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[resolved] How to change fonts? (2 posts)

  1. Rozhdestvenskiy
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I decided to divide all my "tasks" (or problems) into many threads.

    My test blog: CLICK HERE

    So I need to change regular text fonts. My goal is to make fonts equal to Autoblog.com fonts where regular text fonts are clear and readable both in Chrome and Firefox.

    In my blog fonts look differently. For example, in Chrome regular text font is bigger than Autoblog's font and it's too smooth. In Firefox font is also bigger, but it looks sharp.

    Here is a pic where I put together Autoblog regular text font and my current font: PICTURE. Just zoom that pic and you will see the difference.

  2. Rozhdestvenskiy
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I think it is solved.

    I used this code in my child CSS:

    .entry-content {
       font: 14px Arial, sans-serif;
       line-height: 20px;
    .entry-title {
       font: 26px Arial, sans-serif;
       padding-left: 5px;


    - My post text is readable. I noticed that some websites use 12px Arial, but when I made the same then post text looked smaller, so I increased it's size to 14px.
    - My post title is readable. I also increased padding, because before text was too close to the left side.

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