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Custom Font Size is easy to use plugin. Font Size WordPress plugin allows you to change the size of basic HTML elements.

Font Size 1.0 Free WP Plugin Premium WP Plugin
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Font Size Body Elements free-wp-theme free-wp-theme
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Font Size Button Elements free-wp-theme free-wp-theme
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Font Size Label Elements free-wp-theme free-wp-theme
Font Size Time Elements free-wp-theme free-wp-theme
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  • License: GPL v2.0+
  • Changelog
  • Unlimited websites.
Premium: €8.00

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