[okfn-help] mark herringer
rufus.pollock at okfn.org
Mon Nov 28 16:24:21 GMT 2011
In general please *do not* edit css files for themes. These themes are
usually shared across multiple sites and editing in one place will
change it another.
Instead just use the custom css plugin which allows you to add css via
the wp admin interface. This plugin is already enabled on the
opendefinition.org site -- see Custom CSS tab in the Appearance menu
On 28 November 2011 13:44, Nils Toedtmann <nils.toedtmann at okfn.org> wrote:
> Hi Mark,
> i though one could edit themes through the WP's admin interface, but
> maybe one has to do that in the filesystem.
> Anyway, i hereby refer you to our Wordpress Wizards Elf Pavlik and
> Koolhead (CCed). They know much better than me how to modify CSS for a
> specific blog in our blog farm.
> On 28/11/11 12:05, mark herringer wrote:
>> Hi Nils, hope you are well :)
>> I'm trying to increase the size of the h3 header withing
>> the http://opendefinition.org/okd/ css file.
>> Points 1-11 are a font size to small.
>> What's the best way to make this change? Are you ok to give me FTP
>> access or make this change yourself? I had a look in the admin area but
>> couldn't see a place to make this edit. Basically the font size needs to
>> be increased.
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