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sjaiyer

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  1. Ok! I FIXED IT! yay!!!! Here's how I did it. Apparently I had to override the font-size attribute by adding "!important" Here's the code: .sqs-block-image .image-caption p { font-size: .75em !important; font-family: Muli, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; text-transform: none; letter-spacing: .5pt; font-weight: 100; font-style: normal; color: #ebebeb; margin-top: 1em; }
  2. This code fixed part of the problem in that it changed the color of the image caption, but the font size remains too small and changing the font-size in the code has NO effect, even though color and text-transform attributes respond. It seems that the image caption's text size is being inherited from some other part of the code. Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong?
  3. OK, So I dug around for a bit and figured out how to get into the css and play with the text attributes. I added the following code to Custom CSS. .sqs-block-image .image-caption p { font-size: 16px; font-family: "futura-pt"; text-transform: none; letter-spacing: 1.3pt; font-weight: 400; font-style: normal; color: #ebebeb; line-height: 0.00em;}
  4. I am using the Five template for my website, primarily because I wanted 3 columns in my blog. However, the text attributes for image captions are hard coded (weirdly enough) to be all uppercase and the text color is a dark gray. Problem is the background on my canvas is dark gray, so the image caption doesn't read very well, AND I don't like all uppercase. Now, I know how to go in and add custom css code, but I don't know what code I need to put in in order to change the image caption text color and have it be capitalized (rather than all uppercase). Thanks for any help!
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