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styling my blog

  1. arbitraryambrosia
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    Hello-

    I am currently using the forever theme and have purchased the custom css option. However, I'm not sure how much freedom I have with this. Could I change the font and style of the heading above the tagline (on my site this is the line that says Home, All About, DIY, etc). I would really like to change it to a font that is not listed in the wordpress stocked fonts.

    Also, is it possible to add the social media buttons (as seen here: http://www.hernewleaf.com/2012/05/11/freebie-friday-set-of-ten-free-social-media-network-buttons/) to my right hand column?

    I'm guessing for all the styling I'm wanting to do, I should really switch to wordpress.org, but I would really like to stay with with my current theme if at all possible.

    Thanks for any advice!

    The blog I need help with is arbitraryambrosia.com.

  2. Could I change the font and style of the heading above the tagline

    Yes, easily. You can do pretty much anything you want; you're limited only by your own skillset, and even then, staff will help.

    You can add social media buttons in a text widget OR on each post. Do that under Settings->Sharing.

  3. Hi, I didn´t know where exactly write this question. I would like to know how to errase an advertisement beams from my blog. I really don´t like it. They are destroying look of the blog and seriousness of my profession. Please help me, otherwise i will have to deactivate my blog on WordPress.

  4. Anna,
    You should start a new thread to address new questions. You can upgrade to a no-ads display.
    http://store.wordpress.com/premium-upgrades/ad-free/

  5. @annalenartowska what you want is the No Ads upgrade.

  6. Also, is it possible to add the social media buttons (as seen here: http://www.hernewleaf.com/2012/05/11/freebie-friday-set-of-ten-free-social-media-network-buttons/) to my right hand column?

    You can add a set of images like that using a text widget. It takes a little work. CSS isn't required. The first step would be to find the images you'd like to use and upload them to your media library.

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