Sorry for silly questions, but where do I find custom.css in Appearance/ Editor. I can not see it anywhere, is it the style.css that I need? I used file manager to make a change suggested on support forum and it worked well but it converted the theme settings back to default and I had to redo. Obviously for a newbie like me I am best doing it through wordpress editor, if I could only find it.
2. I also have a logo with a drop down cursive g. I would like the g to sit over the h/ line allowing the space between the menu and the line look in better proportion. Currently the stroke of the g is lowering the h/ bar far too much and I don’t want to adjust the size of the logo.
3. other themes I have used have allowed font, size and colour to be changed via the editing panel. Do you know of a plugin that would help make things simple for dummies?
Thank you so much you guys rock!
On #1, I would STRONGLY suggest just adding the bits of CSS you want to change into the custom css box at the bottom of the Styling tab under Theme Options. As a bit of a newbie when it comes to code myself, I like having it there so I can quickly test and change. Then I copy everything out into a txt file and keep it under the website files. Also, you might consider the plugin Advanced Code Editor, makes for super simple editing inside the WordPress Editor interface.
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