Two questions: 1) when changing the font size in a page, it does not show the default size being used. It seems to be 16pt or 18pt on my system. Does this mean it is an autoadjust size? If I set the size to eg 14pt, will it affect any autosizing (if that is applicable) used to change the site for mobile, etc?
How do I change the default font size for all pages. The default font appears to be 16pt, and I prefer it smaller. Is there a exposed published field somewhere I can easily just change, eg 16pt to 14pt as the new default font size for pages or the entire site?
Regarding your query, please provide us with the site URL so that we can help you with the CSS.
Further, please provide us with the screenshot of the section where you want the font changes, as each CSS changes is not possible as large CSS is required. So, provide screenshot highlighting the section.
Provided site by email. When I look at the default CSS in chrome tools, it looks like 18px is the default. I would like all pages to default to 14px, presuming that does not affect autosizing. 18px is too large for my liking… An exposed default property for text size on pages would be great. It can be done on a per text block basis, but that is a headache.
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