Default font size for regular page text – can I change it?

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    johnwielgosz
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    Dear Andrew,
    I am using WordPress with the Ultra theme. When I cut and paste regular text from an MS Word document into a web page the version of the text in the page appears in a standard font size. I assume it a default font size. Is it an attribute of the Ultra theme or of WordPress? If the former is there a way to modify the default font size?
    Regards,
    John Wielgosz

    #3362

    Andrew Misplon
    Keymaster

    Hi John

    Thanks for your question. The font size is set by the theme’s stylesheet. If you’re using Ultra Premium you can head over to Appearance > Customize > Theme Design > Content and change the Text Size setting there. Alternatively, in Ultra Free you can install a plugin called Simple Custom CSS from Plugins > Add New, just search for Simple Custom CSS in the search bar top right. Once activated, go to Appearance > Custom CSS and insert the following:

    /* Content Font Size */
    #primary label,#primary button,#primary input,#primary select,#primary textarea,#primary p,#primary ul,#primary ol,#primary table,#primary dl,#primary address,#primary pre,.paging-navigation,.page-links,.site-main .comment-navigation,.site-main .post-navigation {
        font-size: 14px;
    }

    14px is the default, you can change that value as required.

    Hope that helps.

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