CSS Help on Page Tempalte

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  • #44053

    angieatc
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    I need some CSS help for this site I am working on. I need to make the post titles smaller only on this page and another page template (not created yet). I cannot for the life of me figure out the CSS for it. Can someone please help me?

    Thanks

    http://test.strosgirldesigns.com/news/
    #44068

    rfmeier
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    Hello,

    Are you talking about all titles?  Widget titles included?


    #44074

    angieatc
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    Hi,

    I just need it for the post titles on the excerpt for this page.

    Thanks

    #44075

    rfmeier
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    I’ll start with this example.

    I added the css rules below for your style.css file.  This will apply to pages uses the template news-and-events (or however it is named).

    [css]
    .page-template-newsandevents-php h2,
    .page-template-newsandevents-php h2 a {
    font-size: 30px; /* change this size to your liking */
    }

    .page-template-newsandevents-php #content p{
    font-size: 13px; /* change this size to your liking */
    }[/css]

    Other pages with this same template will follow the styling.  Make sure this is declared after the initial styling (around line 806).

    Let me know if this works.


    #44076

    angieatc
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    Thanks Ryan but it did not work. I added it the code at the bottom of my CSS and nothing worked.

    #44078

    rfmeier
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    Is it within the demo style.css now?


    #44083

    angieatc
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    Post count: 80

    This is the code that worked.

    .featuredpost h2 a {
    font-size: 24px;
    }

    Thanks again for the help!

    #44091

    rfmeier
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    You’re welcome.  I am glad it worked out.


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