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10 minutes ago, KickinGa said:

Site URL: https://www.bondprosper.com/about-1

I'd like to change the font style used on the description text for the images on a slideshow gallery.  

For example, be able to change it to Heading 3, or Heading 4, or Paragrah 2???

The section number in question is 

section[data-section-id="5fdaf7c4de510a316ebe1b5c"]

https://www.bondprosper.com/about-1

In Description of each image, place the text inside heading tag name such as

<h1>Description </h1>

<h2>Description </h2>

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On 12/18/2020 at 11:17 AM, KickinGa said:

That works, thanks, however it looks like the text container is fixed and doesn't expand when teh text gets bigger.  See image, there is more text not showing:

image.png.d216176d6667aaf954de3db1f48c69cd.png

Do you still need help with this?

Also, I see your footer on tablet doesn't look good.

image.thumb.png.2c3e5d494677970bdd925f9e8c130e4b.png

You can fix by reducing font size, add to Home > Design > Custom CSS

/* footer text size on mobile */
@media screen and (max-width:991px) and (min-width:768px) {
div#page-section-5f5726fb974f98058a7f64df p {
    font-size: 14px;
}
}

 

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Hi tuanphan,

thanks for helping on this previously, I';ve not been working on the site for a while. 

Instead fo setting all the fonts in the footer to 14px, is it possible to set the rem to 14px, as there are two font sizes in the footer?

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On 3/1/2021 at 12:25 PM, KickinGa said:

Hi tuanphan,

thanks for helping on this previously, I';ve not been working on the site for a while. 

Instead fo setting all the fonts in the footer to 14px, is it possible to set the rem to 14px, as there are two font sizes in the footer?

you can use font-size: 1rem;

change 1 to another number what you feel fine

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20 hours ago, tuanphan said:

you can use font-size: 1rem;

change 1 to another number what you feel fine

Sorry, I don't think I explained this clearly.  Within the footer on desktop browser, I have two font sizes in use:

1. The main text of the footer, my address, phone number, links etc (using font size Paragraph 2)

2. The smaller text below with a disclaimer and the links to privacy policy, etc.  (font size Paragraph 3)

When using the 14px or 1rem code it changes all the text to 14px, but I want to reduce the size of both texts equally. Or I could even just try changing the Paragraph 2 text size to start.  Does this make sense?

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On 3/4/2021 at 12:10 PM, KickinGa said:

Sorry, I don't think I explained this clearly.  Within the footer on desktop browser, I have two font sizes in use:

1. The main text of the footer, my address, phone number, links etc (using font size Paragraph 2)

2. The smaller text below with a disclaimer and the links to privacy policy, etc.  (font size Paragraph 3)

When using the 14px or 1rem code it changes all the text to 14px, but I want to reduce the size of both texts equally. Or I could even just try changing the Paragraph 2 text size to start.  Does this make sense?

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