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Reply To: Few Questions

New Front EN Support Forums Kanso Theme Support Few Questions Reply To: Few Questions


Hey KF,

first of all, thank you for the purchase!

I will go over the questions in the same order:

1). The slider does re-size the text on smaller screens, as long as the “Responsive through all levels” checkbox is checked in the “Layer Links & Advanced Params” section of the slide layer editor (you can check that by re-sizing your website – on small screens the slider font does become smaller). The slider offers the possibility to control the font sizes on various screens via CSS declarations in the form of “Styles” – while editing a slide layer, click on the “Edit Style” button in the “Layer General Parameters” box; an overlay window will open with various font settings, as well as an “Advanced Editor” tab. In the latter you can add any CSS you wish to affect the particular style. To change the font sizes on various screens, you can use the @media declarations as is usually done in responsive website design.

2). You can insert a button by using the small “insert button” link above the “Text/Html” field in the “Layer General Parameters” while in the slide layer editor mode. I’ve updated the button styling in theme version 1.1, so recommend updating the theme in case you wish to have background-less buttons with a frame (as in the rest of the theme).

3). I’ve intentionally excluded the heading font size option from the Theme Options panel to preserve visual consistency. However, if you do wish to change the font size, you can add this CSS into the “Style: Add Custom CSS” tab of the Theme Options panel:

.page-title h2 a, .page-heading h1 a, .single .post-header h1 a, #blog-header h1 a, .post-header h1 a { font-size: 40px; }

replacing the “40” with the size you need.

Andrii / Satori Studio