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  2. Site URL: https://www.kelseyrodriguez.com/shop Hello everyone! I've combed the forums and tried a few different iterations of code and am struggling to change the font size of my product categories on mobile. On my site (no password) kelseyrodriguez.com/shop, the product categories don't scale down in mobile view (see attached photo) leading to a lot of unwanted horizontal overflow. I'd love some code to make these product categories scale down, or even just break into two lines, but I don't know the specific tag to target. Any help would be great! Thanks in advance!
  3. Hey Pamela, I've got some notes for you! Your headshot photo is pretty small and looks low-resolution. If you had it take up a good amount of space, maybe 30-40% of section width, on the left (could use an overlap or collage image block with a spacer on the right) that'd help the area look a bit more engaging Your social media marketing, blog post etc etc sections look odd in desktop stacked the way they are. If they could be displayed in rows instead of one long column that'd help a lot toward making your site look a bit better I also might recommend increasing navigation size and reducing social icon size so they're about level. Hope that helps!
  4. Site URL: https://www.kelseyrodriguez.com/shop Hi everyone! I'm trying to make the font size on my shop page a bit bigger than they are right now, as they're pretty small when using my default settings. As you can see in the image, the font size of the categories below "shop" is pretty small. I'd like it to be a similar size, and am just struggling with how to target it with CSS. The link to my site is: https://www.kelseyrodriguez.com/shop Use password 'yellow' all lowercase. Any help would be super appreciated, thanks!
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