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Friday, 30 December 2016 15:36 EET
 Hi,

It's kind of a mass with article titles.
On masonry.css I have font size, but the component hard code it's own css for font size and I have no control over it from the component . where can I change that? I am using vertical list view.

Thanks,
Ran
Ran Elkobi
Friday, 30 December 2016 16:32 EET
Hi Ran,

You can target specific css classes by using a suffix in the Wall container.

Widget > Settings > Layout > Class suffix, enter your suffix there (any class name you want).

Then please send me a frontend link to the Wall and I will help you change the titles.
Yannis
Support Team
Friday, 30 December 2016 17:36 EET
It didn't worked.

.mnwall-list #mnwall_iso_container_1 .mnwall-item-inner .mnwall-title a, .mnwall-list #mnwall_iso_container_1 .mnwall-item-inner .mnwall-title span {font-size: 18px !important;}


.minitek-home h3.mnwall-title a {font-size: 2.0rem !important;}


.mnwall-list and the suffix (.minitek-home) are at the same level, so hard codes css always wins

It's on local server so I don't have a link for you.

From where the extension take that css? I already changed some of the core files so one more won't hurt me :-).

Ran Elkobi
Friday, 30 December 2016 18:01 EET
Try this:

.mnwall-list.mnwall-home #mnwall_iso_container_18 .mnwall-item-inner .mnwall-title a,
.mnwall-list.mnwall-home #mnwall_iso_container_18 .mnwall-item-inner .mnwall-title span {
font-size: 2.0rem !important;
}

I don't recommend changing the core files as the changes will be lost if you update the component.
But if you really need to do it, you can find the dynamic css in the file:

components/com_minitekwall/libraries/base/masonry/responsive.php
Yannis
Support Team
Saturday, 31 December 2016 06:34 EET
Hi Yannis,

Well it didn't worked, so I changed it at the core.

Maybe in future release you can add disable option for this file /libraries/base/masonry/responsive.php and the css files so advanced users can have more control over the design?
Ran Elkobi
Saturday, 31 December 2016 16:39 EET
OK, I will add a parameter in the next version to disable the dynamic css.
Yannis
Support Team
Saturday, 02 September 2017 14:48 EEST
Hi Yannis,

There is still no normal way to change article title size?

Thanks
Ran Elkobi
Saturday, 02 September 2017 15:05 EEST
Hi there,

I have added the option to disable the dynamic responsive css (responsive.php).

I have not added fields for font sizes as that would just bloat up the responsive parameters and it would just make it harder for advanced users to override the css.

You can change the font-sizes with custom css.
Masonry items have their own classes:
.mnwall-big
.mnwall-horizontal
.mnwall-vertical
.mnwall-small
so it should be easy to define different sizes for each one.
Yannis
Support Team
Saturday, 02 September 2017 16:45 EEST
I can see that now. Thanks a lot Yannis.
Ran Elkobi
Saturday, 02 September 2017 17:15 EEST
You're welcome.
Yannis
Support Team
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