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Sushil Adhikari

I’m able to change the font styling on lists, the paragaphs, as well the recent posts plus.

This is where you have to get into the code to target specific elements if you need something different such as a font family or size, etc.

For example, unordered and ordered lists can be targeted in the theme’s content area by doing this:

.entry-content ol,
.entry-content ul {
    font-family: your font here;
   font-size: your size;

If you want to make “all” fonts bigger, then you need to target the HTML of your page instead of the in the page, because this theme has its font size managed from the tag with a default size of 100% and not the which does the font family.

html {
font-size: 100%;

The trick to all this is knowing how to look at code for something within your page and then make your changes via child theme style.css. What browser do you use?