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How can I change the default font size of the text widget?

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Every time I add in a text widget,, I have to resize the text, as it starts too small, is there a way of setting the size be default?

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You can do this, using the HTML widget with a small amount of CSS, these tutorials on the Community site show you how to change the text size, change the default link colour and use CSS to give you greater control over how Frog looks:

https://www.frogeducation.com/community/tutorials/html-tutorials/css-styling

This is the video for the font-size:

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