I’m going to hopping back and forth between doing preliminary reading on Drupal while also working through the Mati Fuller book on WordPress.
Now I’m reading about customizing Themes — I’m using Techozoic Fluid because she recommended Jeremy Clark. He seems like a good guy — I posted something on his site and he was quick to respond.
I must say that I’m not having the easiest time trying to figure out what I should actually be changing in terms of font-size and color. For example, I find it difficult knowing what the corresponding name is to the component that I want to change in the General Settings. One strategy I suppose would be to do one field at a time and then see what actually changes.
Don’t forget, after making a change, to hit the refresh key after going back to the web-site to check — I didn’t realize I was actually making changes until I hit refresh.
I think the whole font-size thing is a tad awkward to figure out, but it’ll probably come clearer when getting deeper into CSS and making specific changes.
I somewhat became impatient so just clicked “reset” within General Settings, which put everything back to a default. Everythings a bit small, but I know how to fix that, basically…