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Trying to change/resize the font in the text under my gravatar

  1. Maybe I'm just not seeing the code in my CSS (have upgrade), but I can't figure out how to increase the text (and possibly change the font to match the 'body' font) in the widget that has my Gravatar. It's too small currently.

    Any help is appreciated. Thanks!

    The blog I need help with is

  2. Why not simply add a div in the widget text box?

    <div style="font-size:120%;">
  3. You mean within the gravatar box (text) itself? Hmmm... lemme see what happens. That wouldn't change the font though?

  4. @pana I figured it out! Font too. THANKS a bunch!

  5. You're only modifying one quality of the text, not which font it is, just the size.

  6. @raincoaster... I know. based on what @pana gave me I was able to figure out the other part. I didn't realize you could put HTML in this area. Learn something new everyday!

  7. You're welcome!

    Having checked the source code of your page, I've got three suggestions:

    a) You should use percentages or em units for font size, not pixels.

    b) "div" means a section; you don't need separate div tags for each command that refers to the same section - just one div with all commands next to one another, for instance:
    <div style="font-size:140%;line-height:.7em;text-align:justify;">

    c) Justified text doesn't work well with big sized text in a narrow column: you get gaps between words.

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