I’m currently using the Aageaus theme for my organization’s website, and I’m running into some difficulties with formatting the fonts for post titles, headers and links.
I’ve set up a page on my site that I’ll reference for these questions: Click Here.
- Post Titles: In spite of the fact that Post Titles are supposed to follow the ‘h2’ formatting based on what I see in the source code, all of the titles of individual posts do not show up the way that ‘h2’ text in the body of a post does. (See link above). They seem to be showing up as font size 12px. I’ve gotten around this so far by putting HTML directly into the title field of the post, but this presents serious problems when using a ‘Recent Posts’ widget, when trying to use social media share buttons and when working in the back end. What can I do to have the Post Titles show up actually as ‘h2’ (bold, size 24px) without using the formatting tags in the header?
- Heading 1: As you can see from this page ‘h1’ text is showing up in a very strange way. In spite of the fact that the font settings I’ve chosen should make the font size 32px and bold, it is showing up as very small, cramped text. Why is this happening? How can I fix it?
- Links: Any time I have a hyperlink in the text, it seems to keep the link text from being able to be formatted at all. As you can see from this page even links that are formatted within the body of the post with HTML show up exactly the same size – 12px. Also, if possible, I’d like to be able to have all links that are within the body of a page or post show up as blue and underlined (but not necessarily only one specific size, but any links elsewhere on the site to appear and be able to be formatted like regular text. Is there a way to make that happen?
Unfortunately I’m not as proficient with CSS as I’d like to be, so I don’t necessarily know what code I would need to use for the Custom CSS in the Theme Options, but I’d like to be able to have more flexibility within the body of pages and posts themselves when it comes to how links are formatted, rather than having them all set as 12px and be unaffected by the tags within the post.