small font size at "Title in module position

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9 years 10 months ago #261 by guruh
guruh created the topic: small font size at "Title in module position
Hi,


Last time I bought your JM-News Portal 2010, and I got request from our customer which I cant solved it until now , if they want the font size for the “Title” at right and left module position as big as H1 (The small font size is effected everywhere for the “TITLE” in module position for all the main page)

I believe its coded inside the CSS, I cant find the way to make it bigger.

Do you have any clue what should I do sir?





Cheers,




-guruh

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9 years 10 months ago #264 by admin
admin replied the topic: Re: small font size at "Title in module position
Hi, the styles responsible for title of modules on left/right module positions are placed in css/module.css file .
I encourage you to use getfirebug.com/ , plugin for firefox that can localise all template styles.

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9 years 10 months ago - 9 years 10 months ago #265 by guruh
guruh replied the topic: Re: small font size at "Title in module position
Hi,


I believe there are lots of section in css/module.css .
Could you give me clue Sir, where is key that my question?

It takes lots of time for me to find the font code that effect all the TITLE in the module position.
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9 years 10 months ago - 9 years 10 months ago #266 by admin
admin replied the topic: Re: small font size at "Title in module position
I quess we don't talk about the same thing.
Please see the screenshot below:


You say that it takes a lot of time for you to find the code with firebug, so I think that without firebug, it will take days to find that... :)
Sorry but I have no other better solution to find the code and style faster than using firebug.
It's so easy and simple in use, so I don't belive anybody who says, that it takes lot of time :) !
But of course you have to get familiar with that very useful plugin ( takes about 5 min ), esspecially for somebody like you who works with templates.

It's up to you, whether you want use it or not, taking into consideration what I have written above ;)
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9 years 10 months ago - 9 years 10 months ago #268 by guruh
guruh replied the topic: Re: small font size at "Title in module position
Hi,


Sorry to make you confused.

Actually this is what we are asking:

Now we have found where the CSS located at. But when we want to change the font size, the "content text" font size also changed as the "title text"

What we found is this template is not differentiate between CSS Code for "TITLE" and "content" at module position.

The question is, how can we differentiate the CSS "Title" File and "Content" so we can make "TITLE" font is begger than "CONTENT" font size?

Are you following me Sir?











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9 years 10 months ago #269 by guruh
guruh replied the topic: Re: small font size at "Title in module position
anyone?

anyhelp is highly appreciated...

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