Space dedicated to the author: rectangle with signature

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    Original poster

    Hello, I’m sorry, I would have little problems to solve please. Thank you

    1) In the page of an author registered on the site (for example at the link I wish I could:
    a) choose the image size of the avatar (I would like to enlarge it a little)
    b) Set the name and surname of the author in bold
    c) Set the size of the information text under the author’s name

    2) At the bottom of a post, below everything, on the bottom of the page, there is a red rectangle with avatar, name and info of the author. For example here: I would like to:
    d) Choose the size of the avatar image here too
    e) Set the size of the name and surname “Published by Francesco Rossi” (do not confuse yourself with the above, which I asked only for the bold)
    f) Set the size of the information text under the author’s name
    g) Important thing that I can not do: I would like to raise the red rectangle a little, positioning it right under the “Like” and “Reblog” buttons like here I have to pretend that there is not that gray rectangle with the word “Edit”, but even without that gray rectangle, the red rectangle is not positioned under the “Like” and “Reblog” buttons. I would like it right below, with half a centimeter of space. I hope it is possible to do this thing, after all it is just a matter of positioning the rectangle a little higher up / above

    The blog I need help with is:


    Original poster

    P.S. For the point .g, I do not know if I have expressed myself well (the fault of the google translator). I hope you will not answer that the red rectangle is located under the “Like” and “Reblog” buttons, because even without the “modify” rectangle … there is a bit of white space between the “Like” and “Reblog” buttons the red rectangle. Thank you


    Theme Author

    1a) Avatar size

    .writer .avatar { width: 100px; }
    .writer { padding-left: 140px; }

    1b) Bold name

    .writer h3 { font-weight: bold; }

    1c) Author description

    .writer p { font-size: 1.2em; }

    2d) Single page author avatar size. You have asked about this before and there’s already some custom css in there that edits it. You should look in the custom css for the following selector: .entry-author .author-avatar

    The largest size the image can go is 140. It will go larger but the image will stretch and may go blurry.

    2e) Single page author name. The whole title is:

    .singular .main-content .entry-author h2 { font-size: 2em; }

    Just the name:

    .singular .main-content .entry-author h2 .author-name { font-size: 2em; }

    2f) Single page author descrption:

    .singular .main-content .entry-author p { font-size: 2em; }

    2g) Space before author biography (the edit button only displays for editors and admins)

    .singular .main-content, #jp-post-flair { margin-bottom: 0; }
    .main div.sharedaddy { margin: 0; padding-bottom: 0; }

    Original poster

    WOW, I thank you so much :)


    Original poster

    1) In this page, how can I create more white space between the description of the author (so where is the gray line) and the squares of the posts below? So I would like to lower the squares of the posts a little, that is to say, place them a little lower.

    2) In the post, below, below, where the author’s description is, there is too much red space (empty red line). I imagine there is a possible line of the text of the description of the author. The problem is solved if an author describes himself with 3 staves, but if he is described with 2 staves there is the empty red space. Can you set that the red space increases or decreases … based on the lines written by the author? So a CSS that adjusts the size of the red rectangle based on the author’s staves.
    Here is the page, go under:


    Theme Author

    1) increase margin under author info:

    .writer { margin-bottom: 10px; }

    2) The gap at the bottom of the author box:

    .entry-author .author-avatar { margin-bottom: 0; }

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