Frontpage Service Text allignment

Hi,
thanks for the nice theme I enjoy very much!

two problems:
1.
the service texts at the front-page allign centered, also they are edit left at the service pages.
In Safari it is centered also, but the first letter ist much bigger than the others.
Also on IOS 7.1 safari, opera.
I want them left, not centered an equal in size.
(with simple custom css I set a larger size of the texts. does this matter?)

with the toolset I generated a new post-type which I called /legal.
I can generate new posts in /legal, but the text does not appear, e.g. /legal/copyright.

Maybe you can help me?
Best, Markus

Hi,

  1. You can make the Services text left-aligned with this Custom CSS:
.service {
    text-align: left !important;
}
  1. Sorry this is not 100% clear for me, can you, please clarify what you have tried to post in the new post-type you have generated?

Please add the above CSS to your Child Theme’s style.css or in case you haven’t setup a Child Theme already, then you can also use this plugin to add the CSS to it: https://wordpress.org/plugins/simple-custom-css/ so you will not loose the changes on theme updates.

Please let me know how it works.

Best Regards,
Csaba

Hi Csaba,

thanks for your quick response.

1.1
the css I will check out tonight.
Generally: When I add a new Custom CSS, will the old custom css be deleted?
Is there some kind of history of the custom css I added?
(I played with custom css for a while an now it feels somehow disguised)

1.2
Is there a solution for that first character which is much larger with safari?
I checked that on your quill demo site with safari browser, same problem.

I generated e.g.

…com/legal/copyright/

With the editor I wrote a title „copyright“ which is fine.
I wrote some text with the post-type text editor, but the text doesn’t appear on the page …com/legal/copyright/

(With the post-type employees it works fine)

Best, Markus

Hi,

1.1 No, if you add a new Custom CSS it won’t remove the old ones you have already added, just make sure to add above them, and don’t replace them.

1.2 You can chnage the first letter to the same size as the others are with this Custom CSS:

p::first-letter {
    font-size: 20px !important;
}
  1. Unfortunately with that we can’t help as Support, that may require more custom coding then with what we can help, also it’s a custom thing you’ve done, not a theme issue.

Best Regards,
Csaba

Thanks!

  1. works.

  2. For some reasons I switched now to Sydney. There everything is fine.

Best, Markus

Hi,

Great! You’re most welcome! If you need help with anything else, please, feel free to open a new topic.

Have a nice day!

Best Regards,
Csaba