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Bedford: How do I make the banner text shrink in size, instead of wrapping?


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Is there a simple way to make the banner text shrink in size when the screen shrinks instead of wrapping, and dropping a line?

I am using the Bedford Template.

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You can set the font size using viewport width (vw) units instead of pixels (68px by default). These units specify a size relative to the width of the browser's viewport. As an example, add this to Design > Custom CSS and then gradually reduce the width of your browser window:


.desc-wrapper p>strong, .desc-wrapper p>em>strong {
 font-size: 4vw;
}

I hope that helps

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Hey, thanks for the response! This is working quite nicely.

One more thing I do want to ask, How would you increase the maximum width of the banner text so that the text goes all the way out to the edge of the screen? Right now it seems like the width of the text will not go past a certain point.

Thanks.

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Hey, thanks for the response! This is working quite nicely.

One more thing I do want to ask, How would you increase the maximum width of the banner text so that the text goes all the way out to the edge of the screen? Right now it seems like the width of the text will not go past a certain point.

Thanks.

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The left and right margins are by design. You can reduce them by increasing the maximum width beyond 956 pixels.


.desc-wrapper {
   max-width: 956px;
   margin: 0 auto;
}


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