Default font sizes and frames

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  • #31613

    miaeow
    Member

    Since Editing CSS is not for free, Can you add themes with default font size that’s SMALLER and SMALLER frames? please.

    #31951

    nosysnoop
    Member

    When I want what I type on my blog to be darker because I have problems seeing small print, I always put the tags

    < strong > < / strong >

    on everything that I type on my blog so everything can be darker.

    You can check out this page, scroll down to fonts, and you can use the tags for a smaller font and always put that on everything that you type on your blog:

    http://www.web-source.net/html_codes_chart.htm

    Just make sure whatever tags you use, that you always close the tag / or else it will screw up your entire page.

    #31959

    drmike
    Member

    /drmike remembers a thread two seconds ago where he answered a post saying that the fonts used were too small. :)

    If users need to adjust the font size of a website, they can do that in their browser. But using font tags will work as well.

    Hope this helps,
    -drmike

    #31976

    engtech
    Member

    Since Editing CSS is not for free, Can you add themes with default font size that’s SMALLER and SMALLER frames? please.

    The smallest font sizes I’ve seen so far are on the Regulus and Kubrick themes.

    If you’re looking for a theme that looks good in a small window, try Rounded or Day Dream.

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