Need Help With: FONT SIZING / BACKGROUND / FONT COLOR

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    Hello. I use the On Demand Theme/Theme Press 75.
    Can you help me:

    – WITH & WHERE to place CSS code to make my default blog’s font size 14.52

    also

    – WITH & WHERE to place CSS code to make my default blog’s font black

    and lastly:

    – WITH & WHERE to place CSS code to make my entire background black BUT I need the blogspace (where the black reading/words are) to be white (very light grey – f6f6f6)

    Please help.
    Thank you

    Please email at:
    My email is (email redacted)

    The blog I need help with is othersideofthefame.com.

    #2256345

    CSS code can be added to the editor via the Appearance > Customize > CSS panel. If you’re interested, you can see http://en.support.wordpress.com/custom-design/custom-css/ for more detailed info about how CSS edits work at WordPress.com.

    make my default blog’s font size 14.52

    make my default blog’s font black

    I checked your latest post at http://othersideofthefame.com/2015/02/12/nicki-minaj-talks-meek-mill-feminism-being-single-and-if-shell-still-be-rapping-at-50/ and I see that you figured out how to change the font size and color for text inside the post content area using the following custom CSS:

    div.post-content {
    	color: #000;
    	font-size:18px
    }

    make my entire background black BUT I need the blogspace (where the black reading/words are) to be white (very light grey – f6f6f6)

    I see that you made the body element background black using this rule:

    body.custom-background {
    	background-color: #000
    }

    If you also want to make the inner content container background black, you could add something like this:

    #post-container {
    	background: black;
    }
    
    #posts, #posts-page, #paginate, #sidebar {
    	border: none;
    }

    If you make that change, you will also want to adjust the font color change you made earlier in your custom CSS. To that, find this block:

    div.post-content {
    	color: #000;
    	font-size:18px
    }

    And either remove the color line or change #000 to #f6f6f6 (or a slightly darker gray).

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