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Tagged: iconbox title heading
I’ve noticed that the heading of iconbox titles is set as h3. I’d like to set to at h6, but I can’t seem to find where the iconbox header size is set. Can you help?
Do you want to just change the size of the text? In that case try adding the following CSS to your Quick CSS (located under the Styling Tab in the theme options) or the custom.css file in the css folder of your theme files:
Just change the pixel font size from 13 to whatever you’d like.
Thanks for the quick reply Devin.
This looks like it would do the trick. However, I know this is subtle a difference, but I was wondering where the iconbox is defined as h3 to begin with. I would like to set it to be consistent with h6 so that if I make changes to h6 in the future, the iconbox is set to change accordingly (and I don’t have to make the additional change to the custom code for the iconbox.) The fewer unique exceptions I have, the smoother site-wide design changes will go.
You can find the code in choicesincludesadminregister-shortcodes.php – search for following line:
$output .= '<h3 class="iconbox_top_content_title">'.$title."</h3>";
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