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  • #8192

    Abn
    Participant

    Hi,
    I’m trying to implement PT Magazine Plus to my site http://www.lazyeye.se ,
    When I activate it, it seems as if my site title becomes a H1 and all my existing H1 becomes H2, do you know why. Is it anything wrong with this, can I do anything to change it. I need my existing H1 to still be H1.
    KR
    Andreas

    #8193

    ProDesigns
    Keymaster

    Hi @abn,

    We have used h2 for a title of the post.

    As per best SEO practice, it is recommended to use one H1 tag in any page and H2 for a title of the page.

    So we have used H1 for site title at the header and H2 for the page title.

    Hope this makes you clear.

    Thank you.

    #8194

    Fernando Teixeira
    Participant

    I have the same problem!
    I use image on header and my pages don’t have H1! I need one option to set my post title H1, not H2, it’s possible?

    #8195

    ProDesigns
    Keymaster

    Hi @Fernando,

    We have used H1 for site title in the header so you do not need to add H1 again for page/post title.

    It is not recommended to use multiple H1 at same page.

    Thank you.

    #8196

    Fernando Teixeira
    Participant

    If I view my page source code I don’t have H1.

    That’s not correct, I need H1 in post title.

    #8197

    ProDesigns
    Keymaster

    Hi @Fernando,

    You can create child theme and change H1 tag from there.

    Thank you.

    #8198

    Fernando Teixeira
    Participant

    I have already created the child theme but now I do not know how to make the modifications.

    Can you help me with this please?

    #8199

    ProDesigns
    Keymaster

    Hi @Fernando,

    Please copy the template-parts folder to your child theme. Keep content-single.php and content-page.php and remove other files.

    Open these 2 files on the editor you use to edit a file and change H2 to H1 as per your need.

    Thank you.

    #8200

    Fernando Teixeira
    Participant

    Thank you for your support!

    #8201

    ProDesigns
    Keymaster

    Hi @Fernando,

    We are happy to help you. Feel free to contact us if you need any help.

    Thank you.

    #8202

    Fernando Teixeira
    Participant

    How can I change the font size of the H1, H2, p, etc in the theme child?

    #8203

    ProDesigns
    Keymaster

    Hi @Fernando,

    You can add CSS at style.css of child theme to override parent CSS.

    Thank you.

    #8204

    Fernando Teixeira
    Participant

    I add this:

    h1 {
        font-size: 39px;
    }

    But not changed anything.

    #8205

    ProDesigns
    Keymaster

    Hi @Fernando,

    In some case, theme takes the relative path like .post-title h1 and give font size.

    You need to find it and override from your CSS using the full path or you can use !important to force take the size like this

    h1 {
        font-size: 39px!important;
    }
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