When I put in linked text, the text gets small, much smaller than my regular text. What’s the best way to fix this, even if it involves money? I don’t want to change themes because I really like the 2011 theme.
The blog I need help with is classicalstreet.wordpress.com.
You have customized the theme so I have flagged this thread and it will be moved to the CSS Forum for you.
In what way did I customize the theme? I’m familiar with CSS and there are no CSS files available.
This is what I see on the footer of the blog linked to your username:
Blog at WordPress.com. Theme: Customized Mystique by digitalnature.
This is what I see on the footer of the blog linked to automatically by the software in the OP:
Blog at WordPress.com. Theme: Customized Twenty Eleven
This is what I know:
CSS is theme specific. If you have custom CSS and later change themes, you need to delete whatever CSS you have in the Editor, otherwise, you’ll get undesired results.
To ‘reset’ a theme, you need to delete the CSS in the Editor, make sure the “add to existing CSS” radio button is checked, then save. Things should go back to normal.
I have three blogs under my name. The customized mystique is for russelrayphotos.com.
Does adding a picture to the Twenty Eleven them make it “customized”? I suppose it does, but that’s misleading to the max.
At Classical Street, the only them I have ever used, and it’s only been up for two days, is the Twenty Eleven, and all I did was put a graphic header and a couple of widgets/plug-ins. I can’t deleted any CSS because there is no CSS anywhere to deleted. There’s not even an Editor.
From what I have understood, the “customized twenty eleven” designation means that you purchased the CSS upgrade – not that you added images or moved/deleted widgets.
WordPress is moving really slowly today, so you may be experiencing a glitch with not being able to find the editor. Forgive me for reviewing this with you – I just want to make sure we’ve covered all the bases. If you go to your dashboard, then appearances, then custom design, do you see anything? For example, I have four tabs – custom design, fonts, colors and CSS. You will see also on this screen if you have an active purchase of the CSS upgrade.
If you switch to the CSS tab, you can do as TimeThief suggests above and reset your theme, or you can just start adding CSS to the stylesheet.
When I originally went to custom design, there is an “Upgrade active” in a gray button. When I clicked on that it offered me all sorts of options to upgrade; none of the upgrades interested me.
Now I see that it’s now telling me to upgrade my active them, it’s telling me that the upgrade I purchased is active. A little confusing.
I see what’s going on now, so I should be fine.
Thank you zandyring.
I agree that there’s a disconnect between that button’s appearance and what it actually means.
Glad you got it worked out!
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