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Tickets Tickets Roneous Having padding and font size issues with the element called Heading Title

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  • #9409

    Padding and font size works great on non-mobile page. But on mobile the padding is too big, and the font sizes stay small and don’t scale up to the specified size.

    http://www.MichaelWayneRice.com

    If you look at the site on mobile, you will see that the sections titled “Director”, “Educator” and “Innovator” are small in font size, and the padding is too much. But on desktop, the same sections work better because the padding is appropriate and the font size is big enough.

    So I have a Heading Title Element. Within that I go to column settings>design options to add padding (200 top, and 100 bottom)

    Changing the font options for the Heading Title Element does not work on mobile.

    Please advise. I want to make the mobile have less padding and bigger font size.

    Thanks

    #9411
    Danny
    Supporter

    Hi there,

    Thanks for writing in!

    I’ve just checked your site, but it seems that you’re using the heading image instead of the Heading Title Element.

    If the problem persists, please share us your site URL and the admin account of your site via private reply so we can investigate your case and help you out. Also, please point to specific page where we can see the problem. Any screenshots would be welcomed!

    Best regards,
    Danny

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    #9413
    Danny
    Supporter

    Hi there,

    Yes, you could add a little of CSS code into your Dashboard > Appearances > Customize > Addition CSS.

    So if you have any further questions you are always welcome to contact us back anytime you need.

    Best regards,
    Danny

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