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  • #20480

    TrifectaPA_Admin
    Participant

    I’m attempting to change the size of the font used for the site title (Company Name) located in the upper left hand corner of the home page. I placed updated CSS text for this in the
    “Customize-Theme Options-Custom CSS Options”, but it doesn’t seem to change the text, and I also do not see where a child CSS is created in my files. Please help!

    #20492

    wensolutions
    Keymaster

    Hi @trifectapa_admin, if possible please post in your site URL so that we could inspect your browser source code to find out the possible solution for you.

    #20511

    TrifectaPA_Admin
    Participant

    trifectapa.com/wp

    #20513

    TrifectaPA_Admin
    Participant

    trifectapa.com/wp

    I looked at the source through the browser and attempted to change the font size for the tag used for the business title (too small) and for the post titles (too big) that show up in the slider. I even created a child theme to make these changes. I think my child theme is working ( at least it installed and I was able to activate it)

    #20542

    wensolutions
    Keymaster

    Hello @trifectapa_admin,

    To increase the font size of the site title in your website, please paste in the following custom CSS in your Admin Dashboard > Appearance > Customize > Theme Options > Custom CSS Options :

    .site-title a, .site-title a:visited {
        font-size: 42px;
    
    }

    Also, you can decrease the Slider post title font size by adding the following custom CSS:

    .wrapper-slider .slide-item .slider-title a, .wrapper-slider .slide-item .slider-title a:visited {
        font-size: 29px;
    
    }

    You can adjust both the font sizes as per your requirements. If you want to implement the CSS with the child theme you have created,you can alternatively paste in both CSS codes in your child theme’s style.css file in the theme directory to get the same results.

    Hope this helps,

    Best Regards !!

    #20559

    TrifectaPA_Admin
    Participant

    Thanks — big help. Where does the CSS submitted through your dashboard get stored? I assume as you update this license the changes will not disappear.

    #20608

    wensolutions
    Keymaster

    The added custom CSS will not loss on any theme updates. However, you are recommended to take backups beforehand you perform any system upgrades and theme or plugin updates.

    #20707

    TrifectaPA_Admin
    Participant

    What about your updates, aren’t they automatic? (By the way, I’m having trouble looking at my license and to what address it points. Originally my website didn’t open to just the domain name, but rather domain name with /wp on the end, and that is how I set up my license with you. But now that I can use just the domain I want to change it from trifectapa.com/wp to trifectapa.com)

    #20880

    wensolutions
    Keymaster

    Hello,
    Can you please send your order #ID and your query to info[at]themepalace.com to reset the domain.

    Hope you understand.
    Best regards.

    #20920

    TrifectaPA_Admin
    Participant

    Is this what you are looking for? — Transaction ID: 0P94486180202415A

    #20954

    wensolutions
    Keymaster

    It was activated in trifectapa.com/wp/ and reset. Now you can input your license to the actual domain you want.

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