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    hi,
    I was able to change the font size in the stylesheet css. however, 1) how do i change the font type..the current font look like it is bold.
    2) in the stylesheet, i noted that the font-family list 'lucida grande', Verdana, Sans-serif;

    my question - does it mean that there are no other font types? how do i get the desired font choice for my site?

    thanks

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    You can add any web safe font type to that line.. adding your font of choice to the front of the list.

    I do want to emphasize to think of your readers when you choose a font and not use one based on personal preference.

    There's a reason why an extremely small percentage of our customers ever change their font type and size.. it's the most appealing to their visitors.

    Which equals more sales and conversions

    As far as bolding you can add

    font-weight: bold;

    To the stylesheet.

    This will make all your text bold and really turn off your visitors though.

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    hey Thanks for your prompt response.

    i dont meant to bold the text. what i meant is my current site as you can:
    www.nobullshitagent.com appear to be in bold which i do not want.

    my question is this - in the stylesheet, i noted that the font-family list 'lucida grande', Verdana, Sans-serif; is there by default and since it is family list...How do i specially select a particular font? is there a drop down where i can select a particular choice of font?

    in reference to " You can add any web safe font type to that line.. adding your font of choice to the front of the list."

    question - if i understood you correctly, i will just add a font in front of the default family list? which bring to the previous question, how will the newly added font be used or pick up?

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    Yes, just add to front.. all you do is add.. save.. and then view to check.

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    I agree we need to add more line height defaults in full release of Version 2.0
    Did this happen. I find the 9pt font is too small and when I change it to 11pt the line spacing is BAD. Is there a way to adjust that - I'm a novice at CSS style sheet changes

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    The 9pt is what your readers will prefer and will work better with your advertising..

    We have a number of posts on the forum in regard to post line height.

    Just use the google search box and search for: post line height

    You'll find your answer.

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    Default where in css file?

    Can you please point to the section and wording to in css to change from sans-serif to serif for the post text? I could only find fonts used in headlines under "posts".

    What is the correct serif "family" to use for serif type?

    Thanks.

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    It's the very first section.

    /* ------------------------------------- Main Structure ------------------------------------------------------- */
    body { background-color:#F4F4F4; margin:0;
    font-size: 9pt;
    font-family: 'lucida grande', Verdana, Sans-Serif;
    }


    You'll see Sans-Serif is already there.

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    Thank you, Dan. Actually, I kept tinkering around because I thought it must be fairly obvious even to someone who can't read code well and found it, tried it, and voila! Serif.

    Your patience is amazing.

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    I am able to "Show kitchen sink" but the only option I can see to format text is the "Format" dropdown menu with these options:

    Paragraph
    Address
    Preformatted
    Heading 1 through heading 6


    I still cannot see a way to change fonts or text size? (not without editing the css code)
    Last edited by scoppers; 02-17-2011 at 12:32 PM.

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