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  • Hello,
    Paging with numbering has too small numbers and spacing between them and cannot be corrected separately.
    Changing the font size to a larger one adversely affects the readability of texts on the blog. I can’t separately change the font size and digit spacing in paging.
    ←Poprzednia strona 1 2 3 4 … 66 Następna strona→
    Additionally, the link to Next page → has a slightly smaller font than to ← Previous page

    Lighthouse show: Interactive elements like buttons and links should be large enough (48x48px), and have enough space around them, to be easy enough to tap without overlapping onto other elements:

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Hello! Thanks for the report.

    Additionally, the link to Next page → has a slightly smaller font than to ← Previous page

    This is something you can edit in the Site Editor. In any template that uses pagination, select the Previous Page or Next Page block, and then change the font size on the right:

    https://cloudup.com/cXOLKKbL6bH

    These do not stay in sync, so you’ll need to select the same size for both if that’s what you want.

    As for the numbers, unfortunately the editor does not yet support customizing the size or spacing yet. I’ve opened an issue here to track this enhancement:

    https://github.com/WordPress/gutenberg/issues/38386

    Thread Starter tripsoverpoland

    (@tripsoverpoland)

    Thank you for the work already done.
    However, there is a certain dissatisfaction.
    After the last update to WordPress 6.0 you can change a little more in the appearance, but unfortunately it does not look very good.
    Please take a look at my website: https://blog.tripsoverpoland.pl/
    I set larger spaces between the numbers (page numbers), but it turned out that these spaces apply to single digits, not several-digit page numbers of the medley. So e.g. page 67 looks like this: 6 7.
    Maybe this minor aspect could be corrected?
    Additionally, the definable character size applies only to the digit (number) size of the currently visited page, not all pages in this block.

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