Customizing fonts using CSS...and customizing layout

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  • Marty Thornley

    Just for the record... I do not recommend hiding the titles as it can be bad for SEO. And as much as I love the look of what you have down with your site, using images for the page content will really make your SEO suffer as well. Basically you are hiding all those words inside an image, similar to the probelm that flash sites have. Search engines cannot read those words so they might as well not be there.

    It would be best, to use CSS to choose a different font or add some style. For the page content, i would suggest adding a decorative image on top, then add some words in actual text, then another decorative image at the bottom. The end result will not be too much different visually but will be WAY better for your search engine presence...

    having said all that...

    The headings would be targeted with 

    .entry h1 

    So you could hide them with:

    .entry h1 { display: none; }

    Or add a color with:

    .entry h1 { color: #000000 }

    Or font size:

    .entry h1 { font-size: 24px; }


  • mhauze16

    thank you for the codes, and the advice marty! duly noted :)

  • Sharla & Vladimir Stevanovic

    i entered this code you mentioned above in my edit page HTML but it did't work... Sorry guys i'm new to HTML and CSS...Where exacly do you place this code. I still see my HUGE page title on my page. I would like to ether change the font of it or simply remove it... please help.

    Thank you!

     

  • Marty Thornley

    Hi there,

    Any code mentioned for CSS should be entered under "BlogSite Options>Style Options->Custom CSS".

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