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Site URL: http://www.vacationsworthmeltingfor.com

Hello everyone!

I am very new to Squarespace and while I am technically a Millennial, I would classify my technological abilities as those of a Boomer. I say this only to emphasize the fact that I need you to basically write your advice as though you were explaining it to a caveman.

I am struggling to change the font size for the disclaimer that I am required to include on my website. I have it placed in the footer of the site in a paragraph 3 text box. The font is still huge and I would really like to make it much smaller so that it doesn't take up as much space.

I really appreciate any and all help! 

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On 8/29/2022 at 11:16 PM, FarrinPlansDisney said:

Site URL: http://www.vacationsworthmeltingfor.com

Hello everyone!

I am very new to Squarespace and while I am technically a Millennial, I would classify my technological abilities as those of a Boomer. I say this only to emphasize the fact that I need you to basically write your advice as though you were explaining it to a caveman.

I am struggling to change the font size for the disclaimer that I am required to include on my website. I have it placed in the footer of the site in a paragraph 3 text box. The font is still huge and I would really like to make it much smaller so that it doesn't take up as much space.

I really appreciate any and all help! 

Try adding to Design > Custom CSS

/* Footer disclaimer */
div#block-yui_3_17_2_1_1661298162099_29392 p {
    font-size: 14px;
}

 

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Hi! I tried to use this code but I am not sure if I used it correctly, as I just cut and paste it in the bottom of my custom css section, and it still looks big on mobile. Can you please assist? 

my site is: www.friendshipwithintention.com 

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On 1/12/2023 at 2:41 PM, Amanda-FWI said:

Hi! I tried to use this code but I am not sure if I used it correctly, as I just cut and paste it in the bottom of my custom css section, and it still looks big on mobile. Can you please assist? 

my site is: www.friendshipwithintention.com 

Add to Design > Custom CSS

div#block-6b47df8fa68189c5403a p {
    font-size: 16px;
}

 

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On 1/16/2023 at 2:52 PM, Amanda-FWI said:

So that code helped me make it smaller on the website, but you can see from the screenshot my mobile view is still pretty big and I even put that code inside and outside of my mobile section. 

IMG_D86091AF623D-1.jpeg

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Try this new code

div#block-6b47df8fa68189c5403a p {
    font-size: 16px !important;
}

 

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