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Hi and thanks for any help you can give me. I have just started supporting this site pbyc.de (J1.5.25) which is successfully using JEvents (1.5.1) for the sailing club calender. As I understand the documentation the module must be linked from the menu - like here JEvents MVC :: Month.calendar, but I can find nowhere to provide a bigger bold font for the calendar title like there are on the other pages when using articles. I have looked at the posts regarding font size, but they all seem to relate to the calender itself rather than the header. Have I missed something in the setup or the documentation, or is this something I just have to live with or is there a work-around? Sorry if the question is stupid, but I did look first.
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The title is set to a default title size, you site theme will control this.
You should use the likes of firefox and firebug to do some testing.
We can provide more detailed code modifications to our club members.
P.S. I would suggest upgrading to JEvents 1.5.6..
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