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Does anyone know where I can change the font / size which each Header type uses when creating a new topic (site wide)?

Is this possible or would it be a case of having to use CCS or changing the skin which my site uses?

Ideally I just want to find somewhere within the configuration which states: - Header1 = FontX, SizeX Header2 = FontX, SizeX

And then be able to change this accordingly.

Thanks a lot,



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-- JamesRJMorris - 15 Sep 2008


ALERT! If you answer a question - or someone answered one of your questions - please remember to edit the page and set the status to answered. The status selector is below the edit box.

This is usually done by defining and attaching a user specific CSS file as described in PatternSkinCssCookbook to your home topic. Of course you can also use CSS style settings on topic basis (see source).

-- FranzJosefGigler - 15 Sep 2008

You might want to use TWiki.PatternSkinColorSettings instead: I've added color swatches.

<style type="text/css">
/* ... Hier werden die Formate definiert ... */
h2 { font-size:93%; color:red;}

-- SeanCMorgan - 15 Sep 2008

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