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Fontsize of Headings and Titles

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Why isn't there a plugin like simple cs lite for adjusting the size of headings and blogpost titles in iBlogPro5 ?? I want my headings H1, H2, H3 way smaller then standard. Same for my post titles but can't figure out where to adjust it. I don't have firebug and I don't want to use that. I just wan't simple access to change these font sizes. I can't find instructions about this in the docs either. Someone?

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Have you already tried installing Simple CSS Lite? The plugin should work for PageLines Framework if you're using iBlogPro5.

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Yeah, I do work with this great plugin (should be standard in the pagelines settings panel) for editting my menubar but you can't use it for adjusting the font size of headings (h1, h2 etc) or blogpost titles in iBlogPro 5.

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You can CSS added to Custom Code > Custom CSS, like below: [code]h1 {font-size: #px;} h2 {font-size: #px;} h3 {font-size: #px;}[/code]

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Did exactly that: h1 {font-size: 12px;} h2 {font-size: 10px;} h3 {font-size: 08px;} Not succesfull unfortunately..

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Excuse me: Works fine! However: how to customize the fontsize of Post Titles?

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Using Firebug or Chrome's element inspector, identify the class or div surrounding the titles and apply the CSS specifically to that.

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Sorry, but unfortunately, I don't have Chrome or Firebug as mentioned above. Isn't there a standard CSS code available to handle this?

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No. You'll need one of those to identify your CSS elements. Please consider downloading Firebug (an add on to Firefox) from http://www.getfirebug.com (it's free and quite easy to use). That's recommended in our documentation.

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Okay.... if that's what it take.. Nevertheless I think that the Child theme I Bought (iBlogPro5) should have these options build in, or optionally available by a plug-in (like simple css lite)

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Sorry, might ask a stupid question. I don't see this in the style.css (under editor) ... so my question is in which sheet I will find the place to edit h1,h2 edc. 

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Do you work with DMS or Framework? 

do you have link to view the page?

how do you edit the style.css?

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trille this is a Framework topic. Are you using Framework or DMS?

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Does anyone know why the settings in Typography are not working the way they should. I set the Text Headers to Arial and the Font Weight to Bold(800) and they are showing up Grey. 

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Hi there, the font-weight will be the thickness of the text, how strong it appears on the page, it won't control the color unfortunately. You'll be able to set the color of the text in the Framework by PageLines>site options>color control.

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