reduce the size of the comment field

  • loobyz

    #1618

    Hello,

    I search to reduce the size of “Make a comment” and I don’t know how proceed. And I want to remove small tools to have the text layout when you want to comment …

    My blog is : http://blog.hddesign.fr

    Thank you for your help

    Mod

    Kenneth John Odle

    #16459

    I search to reduce the size of “Make a comment” and I don’t know how proceed.

    Add this to your custom CSS:

    #respond > h3 {font-size:14px;} or whatever size you want. See this page for a more thorough explanation.

    I want to remove small tools to have the text layout when you want to comment …

    Disable the WP HTML Markitup plugin you have installed. OR, if you mean the default tools, then go to Graphene Options >> Display >> Comments Display Options and tick the box marked “Hide allowed tags in comment form”.

    Ken

    loobyz

    #16460

    If I change this option, it’s not the field “Faire un commentaire” which become more small but an another field.. “Laisser un commentaire”..

    I don’t know if my explications are good…

    I want to reduce the size “1 commentaire” on my post…

    http://blog.hddesign.fr/

    And if I change option #respond > h3 {font-size:14px;}

    it’s this field under the comments which change :

    https://forum.graphene-theme.com/graphene-support/reduce-the-size-of-the-comment-field

    Mod

    Kenneth John Odle

    #16461

    Okay. Try this custom CSS:

    .comment-link {font-size:11px;}

    loobyz

    #16462

    It’s doesn’t work. Can you just tell me where do you find this instructions? It’s in the style.css or maybe something like that?

    Really thank you

    Mod

    Kenneth John Odle

    #16463

    Okay. Try this custom CSS:

    #reply-title {font-size:11px;}

    Try using Firebug to identify which element you want to change. It works great!

    loobyz

    #16464

    It’s better to change css in the real file or in display/custom CSS?

    Really thank you for firebug, it’s great, really great 🙂

    In firebug, where can I see the html page that is concerned with the code?

    Mod

    Kenneth John Odle

    #16465

    It’s better to change css in the real file or in display/custom CSS?

    Use custom CSS if you are only making a few changes. If you are making a lot of changes, it is better to use a child theme.

    In firebug, where can I see the html page that is concerned with the code?

    Hold your mouse over the element in question. Right click. A contextual menu will pop up. At the bottom should be “Inspect Element.” Select this and let the magic happen.

    Ken

    loobyz

    #16466

    Oh great… It’s a great tools 🙂

    I didn’t know it but now I will use it all the time

    Thank you for your help

    This topic is resolved, so I’ll change the status.

    loobyz

    #16467

    In fact, with Firebug, I see where I have to change the code. But I don’t see what files in php or html editing. Yes, as Firebug doesn’t record and publish it on the ftp.

    Mod

    Kenneth John Odle

    #16468

    The PHP codes generates HTML on the server side, which is what gets sent to your browser. So no, Firebug won’t show you the PHP. It’s a great idea to keep a copy of Graphene somewhere on your computer for reference.

    Ken

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