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Home page slogan formatting

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  • #7344
    mhp
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    Hi… In the slogan box of my home page builder, I have included a page link in the last two words “Learn More”. I would like a smaller font size for the link text. In CSS I tried: .element-slogan .a .a:hover { font-size: 14px;} which doesn’t work. What’s the best way and syntax to change the link font size? Thanks, Mike

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  • #7345
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    You got a link to what you’re doing?

    #7346
    mhp
    Participant

    Hi Jason… sorry, meant to include that: http://timmudd.com/hfs/

    However, the CSS I included in question actually worked. There seems to be this odd delay when updating the builder of the homepage and when the changes actually cycle through to the what shows up in the browser. Clearing my browser cache doesn’t seem to help. Thanks, Mike

    #7348
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Any delay would have to your a server setup/hosting. Your WP admin saves to the database, the database gets pulled from on the frontend of your site. There’s realistically nothing the theme is doing in that process; once the layout is saved, it’s saved.

    #9472
    kelleychambers
    Participant

    Jason, I’m curious about this same topic. I’m trying to implement inline CSS in the slogan area and the only piece that is respecting is the font-weight:bold; tag. Here’s what I’m trying to accomplish:

    <span style="color: #000;font-weight: bold">IN</span><span style="color: #7e0722;font-weight: bold">EX</span><strong> Systems &amp; Designs</strong> is Atlanta's premier custom consumer electronics company specializing in design &amp; installation for  <span style="color: #000;font-weight: bold">IN</span>terior  &amp; <span style="color: #7e0722;font-weight: bold">EX</span>terior spaces.

    Any ideas?

    #9476
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Jason, I’m curious about this same topic. I’m trying to implement inline CSS in the slogan area and the only piece that is respecting is the font-weight:bold; tag. Here’s what I’m trying to accomplish:

    It’s not actually a CSS issue at all. What’s happening is it’s stripping out all your <span> tags because this HTML tag is not allowed. However, the <strong> is allowed, and that’s what you’re seeing.

    You can filter in for <span> to be allowed by following the instructions in the article below. Coincidentally , the code example given towards the end of the article is exactly what you want.

    http://www.jasonbobich.com/theme-forest-updates/expanding-accepted-html-tags-in-the-theme-blvd-wordpress-theme-framework/

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