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/wp-content/themes/stallion-seo-theme/colors/layout-310r.css (layout) /wp-content/themes/stallion-seo-theme/colors/style-brown.css (colour scheme)
So those are the two to edit, if you change to another layout/colour scheme the edits won’t work, you’d need to edit the relevant files for the layout/colour scheme. The font CSS are in the colour scheme CSS file. Easiest way to edit them is offline in a text editor (Notepad for example) and use FTP (Filezilla for example) to upload them. You’ll be looking to change instances of
Can be a lot of changes to make it work well, there’s no one change to achieve all text 10% bigger/smaller say. Don’t forget to have a backup in case you mess up.
It’s going to have no impact on SEO as long as you aren’t deliberately trying to hide something, so font size (within reason) are not going to have any negative SEO impact. If you try to make something like a H1 header look like normal body text it’s pushing it SEO wise, so if you change font sizes for H1 etc… try to keep them at the same sort of relative sizes to other font sizes, if you make main body text twice as big aim for similar for other fonts.
One BIG SEO mistake you’ve made, looks like you’ve deleted your sites title under your Dashboard “Settings >> General : Site Title” you should have something as the main sites title, as it’s a recipe site “Favourite Recipes” would be a good start. I guess you deleted it so the text link wasn’t over your header image, go to Stallion Theme >> Layout Options and tick “Original Site Title Link OFF”, that will hide the top link. If you do this you should also go to Appearance >> Widgets and add the “Stallion H1 Replacement” widget to one of the sidebars. When you hide the original site title link you loose an important H1 header on the home page, so I added a widget that replaces the H1 header on a sidebar instead.