One more question - although this has worked really well for page and blog post titles, I’m still finding that both the titles of my Search Results, and the names of people leaving comments on my blog posts are huge. Any advice on how I can change these? Thank you!
Normally, my advice on this would be to configure properly the Root Font Size under Theme Options > Typography, so you will have a responsive text throughout your site.
But since you can not re-configure this now as this will affect all the text on your site, you can add the custom CSS below to Theme Options > CSS area. But please keep in mind that we can not continue giving this type of customization as this might cause an issue/conflict on the future and we won’t be able to provide support for it.
Just to confirm the only reason we went into the custom CSS is because the relationship between the ‘Root Font Size’ and the the header tags was not adjustable. IE I set the font via Theme Options > Typography to the size I wanted but then the titles were too big.
If there is a better way to adjust this I would happily implement!
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That is the Comments area. The one my colleague is targeting is the Comments Form.
I’m going to provide one last code for this thread and if you need more font size edits, please consider using the official global responsive text feature of our theme which is the Root Font Size under Theme Options > Typography.
Below is the code you need to add to change the font size of the comments area. If you need to edit a specific text in the comment area, I’d recommend you learn CSS and also the usage of the browser’s element inspector. I’ve recorded a screencast for you to help you get started coding on your own.
Again, if you need more theme customization guidance, you either need to learn CSS, consult with a developer, or avail of our One service where we answer custom development questions. We will not provide fixes and enhancements for the codes we provide in this forum as they are only meant to provide guidance to help users get started to code on their own.
Thank you so much for that screencast and taking the time to send us all of the code snippets. I really appreciate it.
I do just want to say though, that I want to use the tools that ThemeX includes (like the typography) but it doesn’t include the ability to change what the header fonts change to at different media sizes. And unfortunately as my CSS level is not high its hard for me to track down what needs changing.
Your documentation is really good, but was often hard to find what class’s and IDs I should be targeting (learning about the inspector is amazing, thanks again)
I really like themeX and would always recommend it to anyone, I also love how responsive the Themeco team is on the forums!