Support » Theme: Responsive » Which plugin for fonts size changes in Responsive

  • Hi,
    I m looking for a good plugin in order to change the fonts size of my blog.

    The “Font”-Plugin from Pawel Misiurski sounds great bus is not running on WP 4.0.

    I don’t have great skills in CSS, worked with Firebug, and have the problem that in the Responsive Theme =>the Appearance / Editor / CSS / Stylesheet is not editable.

    An idea?


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  • Responsive has also the option of adding CSS here:
    Appearance -> Theme options -> CSS Styles.
    That should work and with Firebug up it shouldn’t be too hard to get this as you want it.

    I figured this out, but only by copying my CSS-code

    .featured-title {
    font-size: 60px;
    letter-spacing: -1px;
    margin: 0;
    padding-top: 40px;
    text-align: center;

    into it, seems not to be enough. I suppose this is because I didn’t attribute the code to a line? Then where do I have to place the information?
    And how to make several changes?

    To make several changes, adding additional css to that field.
    You could for example also add this:

    body {
    font-size: 16px;

    I don’t understand what you mean that your css does not seems to be enough. Does it not work as expected?

    Thank you, I solved the problem. The changes were visible only a few hours later. But now: it looks good on a desktop screen but not on a cellphone (iPhone 5). Do you have any idea why?

    The Responsive theme has specific CSS rules that are only applied for different screen sizes.
    More information on that topic:

    The relevant files can be found in wp-content/themes/responsive/core/css/style.css – you can spot them here, and write specific rules yourself.

    Thanks I will check this today.

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