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    Hi, I’d like to alter the size and color of the normal text in pages and posts. Could you help me with a little CSS code on how I do that?

    Would also be good to be able to alter the heading that lists out under the images in the three and four colums on the front page.



    This should help:


    #top .dynamic-column-title{

    Best regards,



    Brilliant – thanks:-)

    If it’s not too much hassle… could you mention a similar fix for the text styles in the footer area?


    Hi Thoddi,

    Sure thing! The default text is handled with a combination of “body” and “p”. So for the normal paragraph text the font size and specification is handled with:

    body {
    font: 12px/1.7em "Helvetica Neue",Helvetica,Arial,sans-serif;

    The color is handled by the minimal-skin.css but just adds onto the style:

    body {
    color: #888;

    Finally there is some specific tweaking of the paragraph tag specifically with:

    p {
    padding: 0.5em 0;

    The headlines under the images are:

    .entry-content h3{

    If you have not already, take a look at Firebug for quickly identifying the css classes you want to modify and even using it to style the page live. http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/fyi-firebug-tutorial-for-wordpress-users


    You are my saviours. What a great support team you are!


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