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  • Resolved harryts

    (@harryts)


    Hello,

    Where in my style.css in my child theme can I change the default paragraph text (p) to be Align Full? Doing so I will save a lot of clicks 🙂

    Thanks

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  • esmi

    (@esmi)

    Forum Moderator

    There is no such CSS rule as “align:full”.

    I will need to see the site.

    As esmi mentioned, there is nothing along the lines of “align:full” but their is “text-align:justify” which stretched the content the full width of the content area.

    Try that to see if it works

    esmi

    (@esmi)

    Forum Moderator

    One quick point to bear in mind before using justify– justified text is the single most difficult type of text to read on a screen. Given that reading from a screen is already something of a strain (compared to reading from paper), you might want to bear that in mind in terms of the overall readability of your site. Visitors tend to prefer sites that they can read/scan easily and – in the West – that usually means text that is aligned left.

    OK. Thanks.I understood

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