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    Hey guys,

    I would like all my titles on my site (globally) to have the following attributes

    <b><font size=”5″> TITLE
    </b></font size=”5″>.

    I can put this in the title area – but this is dirty and shows up in menu bars. So the question is – how do I add this? Is this a ‘Quick CSS’ fix – and if so what is the HTML I use?

    Also looking for a WordPress/Abundance guru that is willing to trade copywriting for this kind of expertise moving forward.

    Thanks all,


    Chris Donaldson


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    Hi Chris,

    Try wrapping your “titles” in heading tags (h1, h2, h3), then you could style it with a CSS like this:

    h1{ color: red; }




    Hi Josue,

    Thanks – but when I add this to the title – the HTML is visible in places like the Menu. Correct?

    Also not sure what you mean by style it with CSS – does this also appear in the Title menu? Or can I do this in the Quick CSS somehow instead?

    Sorry for being so damn dense – I’m a marketer not a coder.




    Can you give us a link to the website? Point us to the elements that you want to change. A screenshot will help. You can do something like this. Add the title on the editor using html tags.

    <h2 class="unique-title"><a href="URL HERE">TITLE HERE</a></h2>

    You can then add something like this on the Quick CSS field to modify the title:

    h2.unique-title {
    color: red;
    font-size: 18px;
    font-weight: bold;



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