changing font size for headers
Following instructions found here, http://wpbtips.wordpress.com/2009/07/11/formatting-text-pt-5/ I changed the size of a post from beginning to end, with <div style=”font-size:120%;>
TEXT HERE, ENTIRE POST INCLUDING HEADERS
The help page does advise not to change the size of the entire blog text, since others’ browsers may render it differently etc. I’ll take that risk until I hear from folks.
But the headers did not increase in size, so they are now smaller than the body text, and the next-up header size is all caps and I don’t like that look.
Is there a way around this, for the non-CSS person?
The post is the most recent one, at https://nosleepingdogs.wordpress.com/2010/10/24/christine-odonnell-religion-and-the-human-brain/
The blog I need help with is nosleepingdogs.wordpress.com.
The style of each (auto) heading is determined by the CSS of the theme – you cannot alter it unless you buy the CSS upgrade. You’ll have to change these:
<p style="font-size:125%;font-style:italic;color:#888;">TEXT HERE</p>
Thanks, panaghiotisadam, I was afraid that might be the case. I guess my other alternative would be to find a 3rd-party theme that matched my preferred fonts and sizes.
If you are talking of third-party themes from outside wordpress.COM (not at appearance > themes in your dashboard) then you cannot use those. Themes from off the internet are for self-hosted wordpress blogs. We cannot add themes here.
Okay, I’m glad you corrected me on this.Always a source of confusion, the .com and .org differences.
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