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    I just changed fonts on a site and while I like the change, the new font is a bit too small.

    Is there a way to increase the font-size of just that font without affecting the other fonts I am using? Right now, I can’t think of a way without going into each element individually and changing the sizes there. A more global approach would be ideal.

    The only idea I had was to assign a class via jQuery to all elements using that font-family but I can’t think of how to target them.

    Any other ideas?


    Yep that works…although I think targeting ‘*’ could have some performance issues.

    There’s also this which detects fonts which I tested and it works as well: jQuery Font Detector

    I think I will not be lazy and adjust all the elements I need.

    Thanks for the reply.

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