First, if there is a way to change the default font for everything, that would be great. But if not, can I get code to change font in the following place so that it is uniform throughout the site:
1) In the wrapper text above a child page where it says “Go back to” parent page;
2) Blog posts: title; category, date, contributor lines; tags or “this post has no tags”; “leave comment” link (basically everything but the post content);
3) Search button (also would like to change color);
4) footer text;
5) excerpt of child page line height — the text is really cramped on the excerpt, even though it’s nice and spacious on the page itself. Is there a way to change it on the excerpt without changing line height other places?
I know a lot of this is easy CSS, but I don’t know what the labels are for these parts of the page, so searching for the answer has been challenging. I was able to find it for the sidebar/widget area, but not for these. I know how to do the size, typeface, style, etc. that I want, I just don’t know the CSS nomenclature for what I want to modify. Thank you.
If you have problems with specific items (sometimes what seems obvious in Firebug is not always straightforward), please feel free to ask.
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