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  • You need to post a link to your site for help with CSS…

    My apologies. I was getting so tired and frustrated. ;-(

    Exceptional Strategies – Innovative Learning (ESIL)

    I understand – it’s okay. It’s also that the forums have been really busy this past week with the new update – and if the theme developer doesn’t support his/her theme very well…that’s not so good for users of that theme.

    But can you clarify what you want to change here?

    Thank you so much for understanding.

    I’d like to reduce the width of the tagline so that I can reduce the size of the font. Currently, if I reduce the size of the font it reads

    Inspiring Marketing to Grow
    Your Revenues

    with the break in the wrong place. I tried using a
    tag but it shows up as HTML

    I would also like to make the colour black (000000), remove the italics and possibly bold the font instead.

    Thank you so much!

    esmi

    (@esmi)

    Forum Moderator

    Try adding this to your child theme CSS and change or add styles there:

    #site-description {
        font-style: none;
        margin: 25px 0 18px;
        width: 220px;
        font-size: XXpx;
        font-weight: bold;
        color: black;
    }

    You’ll have to play around with the width vs. the font size to see what works.

    Thank you so very, very much! This is exactly what I needed.

    MUCH appreciated!!!

    You’re welcome :).

    Oops. Not quite there.

    font size, weight and color all work perfectly but I can’t get rid of the italics. I tried font-style: normal; (instead of none) but that didn’t work so I tried adding font-family: “Verdana”, sans serif; but it is still showing as italicized.

    Also, I have tried changing width and margins but nothing changes. I’ve made the changes minimal to extreme just so they would show up, but nothing happens. I also tried % for the width instead of px but nothing changes.

    Any more ideas? Thank you!

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