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How to change font and nav bar size

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I have the WHP6 theme (not sure if I needed it). But heres my question....I want to change the font in the navigation bar and it doesn't give me that option. I also want to change the size of the nav bar (height).

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The Font size and Nav height are predetermined using the CSS for that theme. Therefore, if you would like to change this to suit your own style you will need to use custom CSS. To make this easier on yourself, I would recommend inspecting the elements you wish to change using Chromes dev tools. If you haven't used the dev tools before. Check Code Schools awesome interactive course/tutorial it is free and will have you being a dev tools ninja in no time.



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