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How to Make Headers in Theme Menus Uniform in Size?
  • Hi,
    Thanks for all of your help with my last 2 questions. This is one step I'm stumped on. On the home page of the site I'm building, I have Article Boxes, Latest Posts, and an Info Box on there. The title/header sizes are not consistent between those boxes. It appears the Article Boxes pull from whatever size I have the font h5 set to. The Latest Posts and Info Box seem to be preset to an non-customizable font size. But, making h5 on the Article boxes match the size on Info/Latest Posts, then dictates the size I can use h5 for within the rest of the site. 

    Am I missing where I can customize the headings of those boxes so no matter which one I'm using on a page, the headings are all consistently, uniformly sized? 

    Also, another random question. Is there a way to edit the spacing on the Call To Action Box? The gap between the Title and Content and between the Content and the Link Title seem rather large. :) I'd love to be to customize those a bit if possible, too. 

    Thank you!
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  • the site I'm referencing is The sizes of those headers are similarly sized on the site (as I tweaked the h5 to make it so), so if you are looking visually, you won't notice a difference. The facts as I've troubleshooted them are listed above.