How can I add a CSS class to a certain text field? I have a content type, "Board Member", displaying thusly, see my screen shot below if it comes through... This is the node, not a view. The text for "BIO" is typical paragraph style and size. I want it slightly bigger. The field in the content type is a "Long Text with summary". The widget used is "Text Area with a summary". I don't see any way to assign a unique CSS style to it in Drupal. Investigating CSS here, Firebug only shows this:
<div class="field field-name-body field-type-text-with-summary field-label-hidden"> <div class="field-items"> <div class="field-item even"> <p>Lorem.....</p>
Why is it skipping showing that this field is the "bio". The other lines of text above it "Name" and "Board Member Role" were presenting unique classes and thusly I was able to format with css class rules to make them green and large.
I don't want to depend on the user to type in text with WYSIWYG exactly the same style with each of the board members, although that can be done since I've enabled that for FULL and Filtered HTML for that field. I just seems that I should be able to assign a CSS class to this field. I'll be using this field for TEACHERS and STAFF later on as well.
Thanks for the help.