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Changing Font size in footer for Disclaimer

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  • #176676
    Clare

    Hi there,

    I have just now installed the free version of GeneratePress. I’d like to try it for a bit before upgrading, as I’ve heard good things about it.

    I have a diet/fitness site and I need to have a disclaimer in the footer, so I’ve put it into footer 1 but the font size is huge. I just want it small. Can I change this?

    Please note: I am a Technologial Twit. The idea of CSS makes me break out in hives 🙂
    Thanks so much
    Clare

    #176723
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hi there,

    We’ll try to handle this without the hives breakout 🙂

    I’m assuming you’ve added it into Footer Widget 1?

    If so, you will need to add CSS, but it’s not that scary.

    Here it is:

    .footer-widget-1 .widget {
        font-size: 12px;
    }

    Adding CSS: https://generatepress.com/knowledgebase/adding-css/

    Let me know if you need more info 🙂

    #176823
    Clare

    Thanks Tom,

    I can already feel the itching.
    So I need to use that plugin? And can I delete the plugin after I’ve entered that code?
    Looks scary.
    Best,
    Clare 🙂

    #176829
    Clare

    Hi Tom,

    Hives be gone! My footer font is now small. And I feel like a Genuis for doing it. Well, all I did was install a plugin 🙂

    Thank you for the awesome help. Can I deactivate the plugin when I’m not using it?

    Question about the premium add-on kit, is this a plug-in?
    Will it give me more flexibility eg. change the colour of the menu bar etc? My site is aimed at women and I do feel the current Black/blue is quite masculine.

    Thanks so much!
    C

    #176843
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Awesome!

    You’ll need to keep that plugin activated.

    Yes, GP Premium gives you all of our add-ons which you can find here: https://generatepress.com/add-ons/

    That means changing every single color you can see (including the menu bar) and a lot more.

    Let me know if you need more info 🙂

    #176865
    Clare

    So if I were to buy the GP premium, could I get rid of the Simple CSS plugin, as the premium plug in would do that job for me?
    I’m trying to keep number of plugins to a minimum.
    Would the addons also all me to change up my sidebar and put things like a frame around it?
    Thanks Tom, really enjoying the look of my site on GP.
    Clare

    #176881
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    The premium plugin allows you to change the font size of all of your widgets, not just the first one.

    However, keeping Simple CSS activated won’t have any negative effect on your website, no worries having it installed.

    What are you wanting to change about your sidebar?

    There’s no borders in premium yet, but it is a planned feature 🙂

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