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TypePad Services is one year old! On December 2, 2008, TypePad Services had our first paying customer. Since then we've helped over 200 TypePad members make their blogs better, whether through a Tune-Up, a Power... Continue reading
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When most people think of blogs, they think of them as a great way for people to keep in contact with one another and share their life with friends and families. While this is still... Continue reading
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Posted Jun 2, 2009 at Everything Typepad
@Eric Beato: You will need to use Advanced Templates to change the order of blog's title tag. @Jeff Popovich: Using Custom CSS, you can increase the size of the font. However, the class you will edit depends on where the text is located in your blog. To change the banner-header font size, for example, you would use: #banner-header { font-size: 40px; } And adjust the 40px as needed. Please open a Help Ticket in your TypePad account, and we can help you determine which class needs to be edited. - Jen
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Hi September! You can include any color code - - in the box to the right of the color bar in a Custom Theme. This allows you to add any color to the various elements in your blog's design. To add a background image, you would need to use the Custom CSS feature. You can read more about adding a background image here: Jen
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