How to change the font size on your wordpress blog

To change the font size on your wordpress blog, there are a few ways to do it. The quickest way to change your font size on your wordpress pages and post is to  install TinyMCE Advanced wordpress plugin. To add additional features to your tool bar. From the left side bar click on the settings tab click on TinyMCE Advanced under Maintenance Mode. From the center section,

click on the desired feature and drag it up to the on to the tool bar. And click on the blue button to save the changes. Open a page or post click on the edit button and then click on the Visual tab to see the additional features added to your tool bar.

next  highlight the text or paragraph then click on drop down menu Font size select the desired font size then click on the blue update button on the right.

The next technique is called inline
login to your wordpress dashboard and from the left side bar click on the the page or post that you would like to change the font size.
once you have that page selected click on the edit button to edit the page. Click on the  text tab to add your inline style to change the font size on your website. Simply add the following html tag your paragraph text goes in the middle<p style=”font-family: Arial; font-size: 15px;”>Your paragraph text gose here</p>
for line breaks use the following code right after the last word in your paragraph where you want your paragraph to break <br>
to add space between words use the following code &nbsp;
to add padding or space to the top of a paragraph <p style=”padding-top:24px;”>your paragraph gose here</p> 24px will add 24 pixels of space above your paragraph.
If you want to add padding to the left, right or bottom just replace the “padding-top: 24px with the desired position.
to change the paragraph font family use the  following css code <p style=”font-family: Arial; font-size: 15px;”>Your paragraph text gose here</p>

The other option to change the font size is to use the Paragraph drop down menu. Select the text or paragraph that you want to change and choose the heading tag and click the blue update button.

Denise’s is from sunny California, she specializes in front end development. Since 2011 Denise has used WordPress with 99% of her projects. For the last several years she has focused on building responsive custom WordPress website. Her diverse experiences has allowed her to be involved on all aspects of a project from start to finish.