Not many people are interested in this … one, maybe two. Most people won’t even notice changes in themes, as they read posts, either in the WP-reader or on a phone/tablet.
I’m writing this anyway, in case someone interested would come by, or just for myself.
This theme, right now is Sorbet, a free theme from WordPress. I have the customize upgrade. When I applied the theme and adjusted the colours to my liking I was really pleased with it, except for one thing: The main column was too narrow. I’m no CSS-expert and didn’t have the inclination to waste all the time and energy it would take to adjust the width. I just moved on.
Couldn’t really get over it, so I decided I’d live with the narrow column and applied it again this morning. When I changed the main font’s size in the selector, I noticed how the width, of the entire page, magically changed! I found that curious, so I set the main font-size to the very largest, and ended up with a main column [where the posts appear], just right!
Now, the text was huge, but I just went in and adjusted that in ordinary CSS. Looking at it now on my iPhone, I find it readable and clear.
I’ve really fallen in love with this theme. That’s partly thanks to the customize upgrade — black and orange aren’t exactly my favourite colours!