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  • #4737

    ambistudent
    Participant

    Hi support team,

    Thank you for always being so responsive to everyone. Reading their posts have been very helpful.

    Could you please help me with the following design changes:
    1) Slightly increase default spacing b/w paragraphs

    2) My site buttons (including the menu bar) are slightly faded when viewing on mobile devices. How can I fix this?

    3) The arrow box on the right side of mobile menu bar did not change color with:

    .js .selectnav {
    background: #f43f3f;
    }

    It is still default grey. How do I change it to red as well?

    4) Hide categories at the bottom of posts.

    5) Make “[comment number] thoughts on [comment title]” larger font.

    6) Change default font size of bullet lists and numbered lists.

    7) Change background of in post quote box to light red.

    8) Format the default style of header 1 (text background color, and any other style adjustables if possible).

    9) Change color of author name and comment number in date/time bar on posts.

    Thank you

    #4738

    Themonic-Support
    Keymaster

    1)

    
    .entry-content p {
        margin: 0 0 20px;
    }

    2,3) Only background and text color can be changed of mobile menu. Arrow color is linked to text color.

    For text color of mobile menu

    
    .js .selectnav {
        color: #000000;
    }

    4)

    
    .categories {
        display: none;
    }

    5)

    
    .comments-title {
        font-size: 20px;
    }

    6)

    
    .entry-content ul {
        font-size: 20px;
    }

    7)

    
    .entry-content blockquote {
        background: #F49C9C;
    }

    8) You can target h1 heading as below, check out CSS guide for text bg color

    
    .entry-content h1 {
        font-size: 21px;
    }

    9)

    
    .below-title-meta a {
        color: #F49C9C;
    }
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