Many bloggers ask how to change the text size and text color on a WordPress Blog or Website. This article will show you how to change text size and color right within the blog post. I use WordPress Gutenberg and Studiopress themes.
First, you should know that changing the font text or font color throughout your entire website would be done within your theme settings.
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Change Text Colors Site-Wide
If you are using any of the Genesis Themes for WordPress, and you don’t want to mess with the code or CSS, I suggest installing Genesis Design Palette Pro which will give you a massive variety of color and font choices.
Change On-Page Text Color
You can change the color of your text or the background of your text easily. On the right side of the editor, find the Color Settings. You may need to click the small arrow in the right corner to open.
You will see Background Color Options as well as Text Color. The editor will also warn you if you choose a combination that might be hard to read.
How To Change Text Size
In the right column of your editor, under Block Settings, you’ll see a section called Text Settings. Use the drop-down arrow next to the word Normal to expand to Large, Larger, and Custom. You can also change the number manually to create the text size.
Keep in mind, everything looks different in mobile, so be sure to preview the mobile view on your blog to estimate proper text size.
You can also use this section to toggle the Drop Cap On to show a large initial letter.
This is a sample of a Drop Cap.
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