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Dear ChuckRoast,
Dear Forum Members,

Please check the image attached.

Is there a way to modify the font size of posts title?

Also, is there a way to make orizontal the navigation of pages?

Both points are marked with a arrow in the image attached.

I really appreciate the efforts.
Thanks!

P.S. My site URL is http://www.klinkk.com/

Possible Answers

    Morning.

    Anyone who can give me a hint about these questions?

    Thanks a lot.

    | Posted 255 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    i am having issues with same thing, but this time its on my 2.0.1. version on pligg. i want to change it to this color: #C3282B;

    but still showing the normal blue font color

    .title h2 {

    font-size:24px;

    color: #C3282B;

    margin-bottom: 7px;



    }

    | Posted 195 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    I must have missed your original post. good thing you brought it back up.

    The title size is handled by the style.css file

    Check line 37

    As for the pagination at the bottom - it shouldn't be like that. I will look into this and release a patch if necessary.

    | Posted 255 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    Hi ChuckRoast,

    thanks for your reply.

    Do you mean this following line of CSS stlye?

    }

    .title h2 {

    line-height:16px;

    font-size:14px;

    }

    Also, please check image attached.

    Because I changed the value from "16px-14px" to"18px-16px",

    I cleared the site cache from admin panel and my browser cache, but I do not see any difference on the site.

    Thanks for checking the pagination at the bottom.

    Really appreciated!

    | Posted 255 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    Yes I believe that is the correct line. I'll have to dig into it more closely to be 100% certain.

    I've also fixed the pagination issue you were having. It's available in the new update available from your pligg account. You should only need to upload the style.css file that was where the issue was with the pagination. Or you can just copy over line 812 the new line at the very bottom of it over to yours.

    | Posted 253 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    WoW!

    Fantastic ChuckRoast! Great work! :-)

    Thanks a lot.

    Now pagination looks great.

    I see you also modified published/new posts in sidebar.

    As per font size of posts H2 title,

    I have tried again to modify the numbers, but it seems not changing.

    When you have chance, I really appreciate if you can take a look.

    Thanks again,

    you are doing a great work! :-)

    | Posted 253 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    Good morning!

    With reference to the font size of H2 title posts,

    I have tried again to modify the numbers in the line you suggested ChuckRoast, but it seems not changing.

    When you have chance, I really appreciate if you can take a look.

    Thanks a lot for your efforts!

    | Posted 246 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

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