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Font size – smaller

  • #2981
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    I’ve just installed Publii and am enjoying getting it set up.

    One thing I’ve struggled with, however, is the font sizes.

    I’m using the standard Simple theme, and this is the one I want to keep.

    The font sizes can be altered a bit – i.e. mostly made much bigger – using Publii’s interface.

    But out of the box the font sizes are huge, and I want to make them smaller.

    However, even if I set the minimum and maximum font size slides to 1, the font size of p tags in normal body text of standard posts renders as 20px on my fairly standard resolution of 1920 x 1080.

    I realise it’s fashionable at the moment to have whopping fonts, but is there any way to make the font size smaller?

    I’d like it around the size of the fonts on the Tech News theme, but I don’t want to use that theme – I really like the Simple theme.

    Would such a change have to be done by hand?

    And if so, could you point me in the right direction?

    I have tried editing the font-size attribution in the main.css file in the input folder, but to no avail.

    Many thanks