« Last post by Denis Pageau on March 10, 2015, 02:24:21 pm »
So it is SMF that controls this. OK.
I will test it on my test site.
Do you think this would affect any other part of SMF?
« Last post by Maxx on March 10, 2015, 10:36:39 am »
Still, not certain what your looking to do, nut I hope this is it:
Make a back up copy of the index.css first before you do anything!
in you theme's index.css file,
Now add this right below the code above:
But please note you will then remove the " h1," form the top code!
red = remove from top code.
....Green Change to your color and font-size. In bottom code.
And for font size you may use px ;
example 20px, 26px, higher or lower as needed!
Now on the code you added, you change the "color:" and the "font-size:" as you please.
The index.css is located in the folder of your theme "css"
what to change after the above example:
Changing anything in TinyMCE editor is not recommended, unless you know some code
« Last post by Denis Pageau on March 10, 2015, 08:12:20 am »
Maybe I should rephrase my question. ;-)
is the style use in the tinyMCE when we select a style, linked to SMF Theme? If not where does it get its information to link certain attributes to heading A, other attributes to heading B, etc.
« Last post by Maxx on March 10, 2015, 07:14:51 am »
Can I get your URL and I'm still bit confused on what you want to change?
the theme vary..in the styles they use!
« Last post by Denis Pageau on March 10, 2015, 07:00:45 am »
I am sorry, I meant the default style,
I know I can change the text to be a paragraph a heading etc, but when I apply them, they have a predefined style. I want to change that predefine style so that by default the heading, the paragraph etc. that I use are the ones I want.
« Last post by Maxx on March 10, 2015, 06:48:01 am »
SMF Theme Making Part 1.mp4 Brad Grow
This is bit older but is a very good way to begin learning your way around theming
and the basic understanding is the same!
« Last post by Maxx on March 10, 2015, 06:05:45 am »
If you are referring to the Subject title, this is not usually to be done through the editor, it will need to be done in you CSS, file and I don't suggest this, because some place it stretch the tittle bars>
Now if you want you copy and paste the Subject to the body and increase the Font size and color as you you wish:
Changing the style in TinyMCE Editor.
All seting for this are in the tools bars of the editor!
Hope this helps, If not please give more details!
« Last post by Maxx on March 10, 2015, 05:40:19 am »
Thanks, I like for people to learn and do for themselves, so when I find anything useful, I try to post it.. and all of us Must start somewhere. There are other ways but these will give a good idea how to start! without someone putting them down for asking!
Learning sharing is what, the Internet was start for!
Thanks goes to MLM for them!
« Last post by EzPortal on March 09, 2015, 07:25:57 pm »
Good guides never seen them before! And they are long too!
« Last post by Denis Pageau on March 09, 2015, 05:57:44 pm »
I imagine that it is possible the style applied to text in the TinyMCE Editor? For example I would like the Heading 1 to be blue and the paragraph to use a bit bigger font. If so, where do I go to change it?