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    I’d like to change the color and the size of the title of the article, but only for each page, not in the homepage.

    How to do and where?




    If you use firebug (you need to be running firefox) Fabrice, it can help you find which css code is controlling which object classes on your site. Then you just play with the css until it does what you want.



    thanks rumblefish for helping out. It’s true, FireBug is a great tool to inspect which elements can be adjusted – it works on the fly!

    You can add this to your custom.css a {
    color: #FF0099 !important;
    font-size: 30px;
    } a:hover {
    color: #222222 !important;


    Well, i didn’t work in the costum css..

    I try in the css file here:

    h1{clear:both; font-size:20 px; text-transform: none;}

    is it here? Or in generic minimalize.css?


    Joyeux Noel!


    You need to use Chris’ code- without the .post-title your code won’t work (h1 is not specific enough).


    Sorry, i didn’t understand., how i have to use it?


    You have to use the code that chris posted, and change the variables so it does what you need.

    You need to use {…

    instead of h1 {…

    because otherwise you are not selecting the title element.

    h1 is just the generic variable for a particular headline style.

    Put it into the custom.css file

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