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  • Martin Vaughan

    Just wanting to change the general font size for blogs and pages – and based on the tutorial here on this site I'm supposed to:

     Search for the body { tag that contains font-size: and modify to the desired value.

    When I lo When I look in my CSS though, I don't see the body { tag.  I see:


    /* Page Content    */


    /** General *********************************/

    p {margin-bottom:10px;}

    h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6 {margin-bottom:15px;}

    h1 {font-size:24px;}

    h2 {font-size:20px;}

    h3 {font-size:16px;}

    h4 {font-size:14px;}

    h5 {font-size:12px;}

    h6 {font-size:10px;}

    sub {vertical-align:sub;}

    sup {vertical-align:super;}

    #content h4,#content h5,#content h6 {margin-bottom:5px;}

    #content .entry {line-height:18px;margin-bottom:10px;}

    #content .post.hentry { margin-bottom:25px;line-height:18px;}

    #content .postmetadata {background:url(images/break-a.png) bottom repeat-x;position:relative;}

    #content .postmetadata p {background:url(images/break-a.png) bottom repeat-x;line-height:37px;}

    #content .postmetadata .break, .post-date .break {background:url(images/break-c.png) left repeat-y;margin-left:2px;}

    #content .postmetadata .comments {










    So where exactly do I do this?

    Thanks Andy!!




    Hi Marty,

    I'll need to update this – you can now change the font size, font family within the Skin Settings admin page. What version of DynamiX are you using, you'll require a later version 2.8.7+

    Martin Vaughan

    Thanks Andy…. one other question (which I posted as a new topic), and that is this pesky multiple nav button issue.  You can see it at http://www.martinrayvuaghan.com/2012

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