How to change post title size

  • the edge

    #847

    Hello

    I want to increase the size of my post title coz its too small and how can i align it in center. Currently for every post title i have to use this

    <font size=6>Facts on Emerald

    I want to set the default font size to 6(not sure px or pt) for my post title and size 4 for my post content. I tried editing style.css for almost an hour but failed. Any help is appreciated. My blog address http://www.rudragems.com

    Regards

    Vaibhav Bathla

    Vaibhav

    #13757

    Is there anyone who can help me???????

    Vaibhav

    #13758

    HHHHHHEEEEEEEELLLLLLLLOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

    Why is anyone not replying to my post????????????

    Can anyone help me???

    Kim

    #13759

    Well, I simply dont understand Your questions, when I look at the site 🙂

    If You mean the text in slider, try this:

    .entry-content, .entry-content p, .slider_post_entry p, .entry-content ul, .entry-content ol, .comment-entry ol {
    color: #2C2B2B;
    font: 18px arial;
    }

    Kim

    Vaibhav

    #13760

    No i didn’t meant the text in slider. I just want to know how to increase a normal post’s title size. Like i have an article ‘Facts on Emerald’, How can i increase text size of the title of the post. Currently for every article i have to use this <font size=6>Facts on Emerald tag. How to change the default text size of post’s title.

    Kim

    #13761

    If You use CSS code in Custom CSS or Child Theme style.css its easy to change

    any font on the site: (Change only one place)

    This is Your CSS for post title right now:

    h2, h2 a, h2 a:visited {
    font: 18px arial;
    }

    Edit: And this is mine:

    h2, h2 a, h2 a:visited {
    font-family: georgia,verdana,tahoma,arial;
    font-size: 20px;
    padding-bottom: 4px;
    }

    Just to show You another way or more options 🙂

    Kim

    Vaibhav

    #13762

    I did what you have mentioned. I added your code in my child theme but nothing happened. My post’s title size is same as before. If you are confused of what i am saying have a look at this picture & u will understand. http://images.rudragems.com/Facts%20On%20Emerald.png

    I am asking to increase its size and align this title to center by default. Currently for every post title i have to use this html code

    <font size=6>Facts on Emerald
    . I hope you have understood what i am saying.

    Regards

    Vaibhav

    Kim

    #13763

    Hi Vaibhav

    Where do You insert: <font size=6>Facts on Emerald

    As I told You 4 weeks ago only change your fonts in one place!

    And I think its best to control fonts with css code in your child theme: style.css

    Just checked your site again: Your post title’s in css is 18px arial

    I think You might have some wrong code placed!

    Kim

    Vaibhav

    #13764

    Hi Kim and thanks for your quick response.

    This is my child theme’s code

    /*
    Theme Name: graphene-child
    Theme URI: http: //www.rudragems.com/
    Description: Child theme for the Graphene theme
    Author: Vaibhav Bathla
    Author URI: http: //www.rudragems.com/about/
    Template: graphene
    Version: 1.0
    */
    @import url("../graphene/style.css");
    /* h2, h2 a, h2 a:visited {
    font-family: georgia,verdana,tahoma,arial;
    font-size: 25px;
    padding-bottom: 4px;
    } */

    I don’t know if this code is right or not and after doing this in my child theme i am not using font tag. My post’s title size is same as before after applying this code in my child theme. Even if i delete this code then also the size of the title remains same.

    Regards

    Vaibhav

    Admin

    Syahir Hakim

    #13765

    Remove the second set of /* and */ from your code, so that it becomes like this:

    /*
    Theme Name: graphene-child
    Theme URI: http: //www.rudragems.com/
    Description: Child theme for the Graphene theme
    Author: Vaibhav Bathla
    Author URI: http: //www.rudragems.com/about/
    Template: graphene
    Version: 1.0
    */
    @import url("../graphene/style.css");
    h2, h2 a, h2 a:visited {
    font-family: georgia,verdana,tahoma,arial;
    font-size: 25px;
    padding-bottom: 4px;
    }

    Adding those will cause the content in between them to be commented out, and ignored by the browser.

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