Links text size

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How can I increase the text size of my links below the banner
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Tiggs

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Hey Steve! I don't believe you can do that at this time. I'm sure they're working on that feature for future release. From what I've seen if you don't have a techie background, then the only elements you can change very easily are the banner and background. You could create your own buttons and such using css but that requires searching for quick tutorials. If you're looking to develop your design knowledge, the best place to start is at

W3Schools



, but if you simply want a quick no frills website you can wait for the features as they roll them out.
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Hi Tiggs
Thanks for the reply
I think I will have t wait for the feature to come out. CSS is a bit too complected for an old fella like me.
Thanks again
Steve
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Can you post a link to your site? I'd like to see what you're cooking up.
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SteveC

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Hi Tiggs
Please check my web site:-www.alternative-angling.com It's the Home page etc links that I am talking about, but it would be nice to increase the text size/stile of the other links
Thanks again Steve
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Thanks for helping with this one, Tiggs.

Steve: unfortunately the size of the links is set by the designer of the style and they can't be edited. If you want to keep the style (and I assume you do - it is a nice one!) then you are stuck with the small links, I am afraid.

Perhaps a better alternative will come along as we add new styles and more customization options.
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Many thanks Monique I think this answers the question

Steve
"Unless someone knows different"?
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Well, if you like I can design some links for you. You can post them as images, align them where they look nice and then make them links to your pages. Then you could simply hide the navigation links and use the images instead.
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Hi Tiggs
That sounds great but a bit complicated but please do so as long as i can come back to you for some advice
Thanks
Steve
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Tiggs

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hey steve, you can download the links for your site from my website.

Hope you can use them.
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kind of what tiggs said but you could just link text instead of images.
Start by clicking 'edit menu' in your site editor.



Then drag all the pages 'in the menu' to the 'out the menu' column.

This will make all page tabs disappear.

Drag a text box in to the top of your home page and add the page names you had there before (make correct the text size) then highlight each peice of text and make it into a link to your pages (as i see you have done half way down the page already)

DADA! easy, bigger page tabs - good luck.
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Lol - That's funny lee, that didn't even cross my mind. Sorry Steve!
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Hi Tiggs/Lee
Getting spoilt for choice know
Lee's way looks easier to me, and do like the way Tiggs has laid the home page out so I hope to use both ideas
Thanks to both
Steve