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indakno

When I use and in my title, it makes the title on the post grey and it doesnt look right. The same thing was happening on the feature and someone gave me something to put in my custom code section and its right. Is there something I can place in there that fixes the look of my title on the posts?

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batman

Hi indakno You can try add in PageLines > Site Options > Custom Code > CSS Rules

h1 small, h2 small, h3 small, h4 small, h5 small, h6 small {color: black;}

For all "small" h1 small only for title.


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batman

Hi indakno I don??t understand, you said "it makes the title on the post grey" I give you a code to change color if you use "small" I can not help you, sorry. :)


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indakno

That's ok. I am looking for a code that preserves the original style of the text. For some reason when I use the code that makes the text small in my features, it changes the color of the text in the feature AND in the post. It also changes the original style of the text. So I am looking for something that preserves the original test style. I am not sure why the text color changes when I put in the code. Thank you

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I believe is default color In my test forum you can look that it is the same with "small" Captura%2520de%2520pantalla%25202012-08-12%2520a%2520la%2528s%2529%252020.11.51.jpg


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indakno

The default color without the code is black. And the "style" is different.

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Only to keep me learning I see the color with firebug "color: rgb(153, 153, 153);" Captura%2520de%2520pantalla%25202012-08-12%2520a%2520la%2528s%2529%252020.54.33.jpg


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Danny

Hi, Like Batman, I am confused as to what you're trying to do. Batman gave you the code to change the color the small tag, when used in a post title. So what are you trying to achieve, as the link you provide above shows a post which uses no small tag. Therefore, can you explain in more detail please or provide a concept image, of how you would like your post title when using to look like.


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indakno

I thought that using only affected the feature slider which I intended. Instead, it changes the color and style of the post title.http://indakno.com/2011/10/david-tutera-had-the-best-week-ever/ is how the title looks without the . It is also a different size than the title on http://indakno.com/2012/07/fashion-in-atlanta-industry-shopping-and-trends/ Do you understand now?

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Rob

Yes, I understand, but have to ask the question, why are you using to begin with, rather than simply styling the post title as you want it? That's a rather arcane way of achieving style results, and yields some odd behavior such as the padding between wrapped lines. There are much better ways of reducing the font size if you did not like it large. You presently have the following code in your site:

h1 small, h2 small, h3 small, h4 small, h5 small, h6 small {
	    color: #999999;
	    font-weight: normal;

This: #999999 is the code for a shade of grey. If you edit this, just as Batman said to begin with, to either the word "black" (without quotes or, you use #000000, you will have a black text for the post title.


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indakno

Because I dont see a way to change the style of the post title. Is there a function in Framework that allows me to change the style or size of the title in the feature slider ONLY without affecting the style or color anywhere else?

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batman

Hi indakno You can add CSS rules at PageLines > Site Options > Custom Code > CSS Rules To modify "only" all your styles or size as you like. Sorry that I don??t understand you first.


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Danny

Hi, You can style the Feature sliders title by using custom CSS, like below:

/* This styles your Features title when NOT using the  tag */
	#feature_slider .fcontent .ftitle a { color: red; }
	
	/* This styles your Features title when using the  tag */
	#features h2 small { color: red; font-weight: bold; text-shadow: 0 1px yellow; }


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indakno

Thanks Danny. But the main thing I am trying to do is when I do change the style on the feature slider is keep the title on the post from changing.http://indakno.com/2012/08/get-your-relationship-cooking-meal-ideas-to-set-the-mood/ If you look on here, it is grey. And the style of the text is different than if there were no coding on the slider title. When there is no style coding on the slider, the original title text is black and larger. How do I keep that from changing?

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indakno

My question is, how do I keep the post title from changing style and color when I wrap it with in the draft?

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Danny

Indakno, I am now confused as to what you're trying to do. You said this:

Because I dont see a way to change the style of the post title. Is there a function in Framework that allows me to change the style or size of the title in the feature slider ONLY without affecting the style or color anywhere else?
To which I provided you the CSS needed to make this style change. Now you say that you want to change the Post title from changing when using the tag. Which Batman provided above?

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