Typography questions

3 years 9 months ago #10448 by Corrin JK
Corrin JK created the topic: Typography questions
Hi Support Team,

Thanks for sending the follow up email regarding my recent purchase of this template.

I did not upload the template yet as I planned to use the photoshop slice file to make some mockup layouts for each section of the site—to discuss with my client group— before building it out.

After reviewing the typography page in the demo site, I noticed that the h3 font size seems smaller than the h4 and h5. Is there a reason for this? If not, do I need to override the template with custom CSS?

Also, I noticed hover underlines on the linked words, do I need to override this style with CSS to remove it?

If you have PDF or other format layouts of the demo pages to use for my mock ups , I would appreciate getting them.

Corrin Kovalcik

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3 years 9 months ago #10449 by artur
artur replied the topic: Typography questions
Thank you for the message.
H3-H4: it seems this is just a mistake :)
Please contact with support team via ticket system and provide access to Joomla, then I will be able to fix the problem for you.
Underline: Yes, you should use CSS style, please also contact with a support team in this case, but remember that if you remove underlines, then accessibility will be weaker.
Other layouts: I'm afraid I do not know what exactly do you mean, but all layouts are available in the demo.
Have a nice day.

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