Unable to change font size.

David Schure
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I am trying to make the font a little larger on the bio of this web page. Cannot for the life of me figure out where to change this.  Have spent much time on this....

http://www.mediascrubber.com/index.html

Any help is appreciated.  Thank you.
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Add a  style="font-size: XXpx;" to the div that contains the bio, as seen below:

<div class="col-lg-5 offset-lg-1" style="font-size: 28px;">
                <h1>ALESSANDRO</h1>
                <!--div class="divider" style="height: 30px"></div>
                <div class="divider-xs" style="height: 15px"></div-->
                
                <p>Italian singer/songwriter Alessandro is an Italian singer-songwriter. In 2010 he was a contestant in Io Canto, a talent competition on an Italian television network. In 2011, he released his first single “Sento che,” produced by Italian musician Adriano Pennino. The song climbed the Italian radio charts and was a top 30 hit for over a month. Following the release of his single, 15-year-old Alessandro released his first digital EP, Senza Paura, which was distributed by Sony Music Entertainment Italy. Four years later, he followed that success with his U.S. debut single “My Religion,” which broke the Billboard Dance Club Songs Chart in three weeks hitting the #2 breakout spot. His follow-up single, “Flames,” also topped the Billboard Dance Club charts peaking at #22.</p><p>
Most recently, last year Alessandro released his brand new single “I Betcha” with an exclusive video premiere and interview with MySpace followed by an impressive press and promotional run. He is currently working in New York City on his upcoming EP with JoJo Brim, Chris Liggio, and MJ Songstress. With the release of his forthcoming EP this young Italian pop star is poised to be a global icon. 
</p>
            </div>

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Commented:
Thank you Chris.  I changed it to 18pts and it's perfect!
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Commented:
Avoid using inline styles as much as possible. Rather use CSS
Option 1
#bio p {
  font-size: 18px;
}

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Option 2
Give your specific elements a class that allow you to target them
<div class="col-lg-5 offset-lg-1" class="bio-text">
          <!--div class="col-lg-5 offset-lg-1"-->
                <h3>ALESSANDRO</h3>
                <!--div class="divider" style="height: 30px"></div>
                <div class="divider-xs" style="height: 15px"></div-->
                
                <p>...</p>
                <p>...</p>
</div>

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And then
.bio-text {
  font-size: 18px;
}

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As far as possible keep the styles out of your markup.

Author

Commented:
Thank you Julian I appreciate your input.  I did the #ID because the class did not work.  Can you have two claasses together?
<div class="col-lg-5 offset-lg-1" class="bio-text">

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Commented:
not like that - my error in my last post
Should have been

<div class="col-lg-5 offset-lg-1 bio-text">

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