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    Hi guys. I’m venturing into something new where I’m using a licensed webfont from to give a site a little more character. The client likes Flemish Script so I’ve been changing post-title, entry title and sidebar to use the Flemish Script font.

    Because it is a script font it is very compact and I need to “bump it up” in size. I’ve been able to do it on these specific tags/classes but not within a page where I’ve used an H1. H1-H5 are using the font but I can’t figuire out how to set the sizes for H1-H5. Any help would be appreciated.

    The page where you can see this in action is The page header is good but the H1 headlines before each paragraph are too small.


    I see this code on your site:

    h1, h2, h3, h4, h5 {
    font-family: FlemishScriptBT-Regular !important;
    font-style: normal !important;
    font-weight: normal !important;

    If these headings are showing up on your computer okay, then you could just add

    h1 {font-size: 150%;}
    h2 {font-size: 140%;}


    I say “if” because these fonts aren’t installed on my computer and so I don’t see them on your website except where you are using them in an image, like this one:



    what’s the point of having fancy fonts if others can’t see them 🙂

    If your using licensed fonts from, you should look up for import link on the site and add it in style.css. Something looking like this (this is from google webfonts):

    @import ""


    Ken: That doesn’t seem to help. It is almost as if there is another tag influencing the three H1’s on the page (now four since I added a test at the bottom). Right now I used your code and set H1 through H3 at 500%. No difference. Even without the new font showing up shouldn’t it have increased the size?

    The only thing I have set in the Graphene Options-Display-Test Style Options is Content Text is set to ‘Trebuchet MS’ 12pt line height 20 pt. When I took these out there was still no change.

    Any thoughts?

    Luko: Thanks. The font came with link and CSS. Trying to make sure it looks right before I show it to the world.


    Add this to your child theme or custom css:

    .entry-content h1, .comment-entry h1 {
    font-size: 30px;

    Change the size to whatever you like.


    Thanks Josh. That did the trick. I new there was something other than H1 at play here. You can mark this one resolved. I appreciate everyone’s help. Craig


    Glad to get it resolved!!

    (Marked as Resolved)

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