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  1. I want to change my font to georgia? How will I do it? This is just my "test" page. Thanks!

    The blog I need help with is chaaaaar.wordpress.com.

  2. The paid CSS upgrade is not recommended for people without CSS experience. You can change it paragraph by paragraph without the upgrade, but then if you change themes you'll have to change every paragraph by hand in the new theme.

    http://en.support.wordpress.com/editors/font-size-color/

  3. @chaaaaar
    There's also the TypeKit option you may want to try. You can find in your dashboard > Appearance > TypeKit fonts

    You can to choose from hundreds of fonts and use two on your blog are free of charge, and if you want to use more than 2 then more fonts are available for a subscription fee. See here for details > https://typekit.com/plans

  4. If you have the CSS upgrade:

    body {
       font-family: Georgia, Arial;
    }
  5. "You can change it paragraph by paragraph without the upgrade, but then if you change themes you'll have to change every paragraph by hand in the new theme."

    No, formatting to change font-familiy does not disappear if or when you change themes.

    Also such formatting does not have to be done paragraph by paragraph.

    For example:

    <div style="font-family:georgia;">
    TEXT_FOR_
    AN ENTIRE_
    POST_HERE
    </div>

    The div can also be used for font color, background color, border, font size, etc.

    But, yes, without a CSS upgrade / experience, then the styles must be defined post by post.

  6. How do you increase the font size? I am happy with my theme but the text is very small.

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