Site Title Styling

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  • #111247

    thecharlestonolive

    Hello!

    I love the creative, color aspect of the site title, but is there a way to make it so that isn’t the first word? My site’s name is “The Charleston Olive”, but I’d like for “The” and “Olive” to be in the regular black font, and “Charleston” to be in the fun, creative font. Is there a way to do that?

    Thank you!

    The blog I need help with is thecharlestonolive.com.

    #111459

    babbardel
    Theme Author

    Hello!

    I think you can do that by linking the first two words with a non-breaking HTML space. So try to add that symbol between the first and second words from your site name:

    Regards,
    George

    #111584

    thecharlestonolive

    Thank you for getting back to me! It worked in that it got “Charleston” into the pretty font, so thank you for helping with that! Is there any way now to get “The” and “Olive” into the regular, black font? Right now, it’s just “Olive” in the black. It looks great now, but I’d like it to be just “Charleston” in the pretty font.

    Thank you either way!

    #111585

    thecharlestonolive

    Hello again,

    I have another question about this theme. The titles of the blog posts themselves seem too big – they’re about the same size as the site header. However, whenever I try and change the post titles, it changes the shape/size/font of the header, too. Is there a way to make the blog post titles smaller but keep the header the same?

    Thank you again!

    #111609

    ammosher
    Member

    I’d like to be able to not have to display the titles of each page. Is that possible?

    Thank you!

    #111610

    ammosher
    Member

    Actually, I figured that part out. Thanks anyway!

    #111611

    ammosher
    Member

    Actually, I figured that part out. Thanks anyway!

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