Change Blog Page Headline Size to Match Other Pages

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  • #88508

    livewellplayhard
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    Hello,

    I am not sure how to change the size of my blog page to match the headline size of my other pages. Is this some simple css?

    I’m using the original Lifestyle theme.

    Blog page: h4
    All other pages: h1

    The specific headline that I need changed is “The ‘How To’ Blog”.

    Thanks so much,
    Jennifer

    http://www.holistichowto.com/blog/
    #88512

    Davinder Singh Kainth
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    Add following to style.css for changing font size

    #widget-title h4 {
    font-size:30px;
    }

    If does not work, then use following

    #widgettitle h4 {
    font-size:30px;
    }


    Need website customization services or other Genesis / WordPress help ?
    Davinder @ Design Studio iGuiding Media | My Blog | Fresh Genesis Themes Collection

    #88514

    livewellplayhard
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    Post count: 13

    Hi Davinder. Thanks for your response!

    Within which section of the css should I change this?

    Rather than changing the #widgettitle h4 font size to be the same size as h1, could I change the #widgettitle for my Blog page to be h1?

    Thanks,
    Jennifer

    #88516

    Davinder Singh Kainth
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    Post count: 1211

    By default on homepage h1 class is used to display website title. If you enable text header, it will display in place of or over the website logo. You current h1 code is:

    <h1 id=”title”>Holistic How To</h1>

    If you are doing this for seo purpose, then current settings is fine as h1 title is “Holistic How To” [for search engines]. However, if you want the how to blog text to appear bigger in size. Then add code shared previously anywhere in style.css file.


    Need website customization services or other Genesis / WordPress help ?
    Davinder @ Design Studio iGuiding Media | My Blog | Fresh Genesis Themes Collection

    #88700

    livewellplayhard
    Member
    Post count: 13

    OK, thanks. I’ll give it a try!

    Jennifer

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