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plapcity

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  1. You just have to write a more specific CSS rule using the specific page class that is generated on the body tag. Just depends which page you want to use and how you want to target/specify the rule. For example, if you want to bold the font on the Collection List page, you could do: .collection-type-blog.view-list h1 {font-weight: bold;} Or italicize on the blog item page: .collection-type-blog.view-item h1 {font-style: italic;}
  2. I have been using YUI date formatters that work with the developer template. You can find the formatters here: Date Class - YUI Library. For example, the following code: <p class="meta"> Posted on <time datetime="{addedOn|date %F}">{addedOn|date %B %d, %Y}</time>. </p> Renders as: Posted on August 8, 2013 So, if you wanted to do something like 8 Aug 13, you would code out: <p class="meta"> Posted on <time datetime="{addedOn|date %F}">{addedOn|date %d %b %y}</time> </p> You can find more formatters such as AM/PM or full/abbreviated months or day of the week. I also use Moment.js to format dates more specifically, see the Moment&period;js documentation. Hope this helps! Best, Perri
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