Font Type and Size
Please do not create another thread as this one will be moved to the CSS Forum for you.
Here is the Spring Loaded stylesheet link so you can determine the selectors for font changes.
I don’t help with CSS editing but I have tagged this thread so it will be moved to the CSS Forum for you.
, but apparently it has to be perchased to make any changes. Right now, I don’t have the ability to increase the tiny font size that happened when you upgraded. https://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/change-of-font-size?replies=2#post-1321629
WordPress.com is on continuous roll out and code changes are made daily so I don’t know what you mean by “when you upgraded”.
I’m using Firefox 21 and I cannot detect any change in font size on your blog.
Have you checked your browser ZOOM setting to be sure you are not zoomed in?
Where are you seeing this change in font size? Or the Admin side of the blog or elsewhere? Please post screenshot, upload it to your Media Library, and return to this thread to provide the file name so Staff can examine it.
Recent WordPress.com updates should not have affected the font size for your blog at http://sfcmac.wordpress.com/
It does sound to me like timethief is on the right track when she suggested checking the View > Zoom settings in your Firefox browser. Can you try checking that?
If you did want to check change the font size for your entire theme at once, you would need to pay to upgrade for custom design in order to do that. Here is a little more info about that upgrade just in case you change your mind and want to purchase it:
There is also a way you can change font size for just the content area of a post for page without an upgrade. Here is the help page for that in case that’s something you’d like to learn more about:
Timethief: I was able to solve the problem by locating the zoom in/out function on Mozilla. I was perplexed at first, because I didn’t change anything manually. I opened my blog one morning and the page had huge font. Anyway, it appears to be normal now. Thanks for the help.
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