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How can I increase the font on the box located on this webpage webpage, where it says "Free Daily BlackList Updates"
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by:Edwin Hoffer
ID: 40587933
Hello al4629740

If you have added this by a WordPress post then you can change the font size from the Font Size drop down menu.

Image:

font
Hope this helps you

Thanks
Edwin
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by:Lucas Bishop
ID: 40587947
In your stylesheet, this section is managed via the following styling:
.ezcol-one-half{width:48%}

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Currently this section is inheriting the font-size from the body (14px). If you want to increase the font size in this area to 20 px, you'd update the css as such:

.ezcol-one-half {
     width: 48%;
     font-size: 20px;
}

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Screenshot attached for live example:
screenshot of code change - updated code shown in right column with live update in left column - chrome browser
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by:al4629740
ID: 40587966
i cant find it in stylesheet(style.css)

any idea
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Lucas Bishop earned 2000 total points
ID: 40587967
It's found in this css file:
http://www.cleanbrowsing.com/wp-content/cache/minify/000000/M9RPTSyu1E3OzynNzSvWTy4uRhEAAA.css

This appears to be a stylesheet specifically for the 'ezcol' related styles. It looks like the caching plugin doesn't use the original name of the file, so I can't refer you to the exact name.

I'd check your WP Editor to see if there is another stylesheet is in there.
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