Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Brithos10, Aug 30, 2015.
No one guys ?
I've just wrote to the theme creator but seems there's no support for this theme
You can manually edit the css and search (ctrl+f) for the font you want to change and replace it.
Never change core wordpress code as when the next update come it will overwrite and your changes will be lost, always adapt code in a child theme that way any updates from wordpress will not affect your work, also if you mess it up it will not damage your site.
If you get the site demo up and click the logo and right click - view element this brings up the code you need to adapt.
font-family: " Roboto", Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
Something like above, then adapt this and add it to your css in your child theme.
Thanks for the contribution blogzandstuff
-What do you mean for child theme ? I'm sorry but i'm not a native english
In this case i need to change
and it's over?
Could you be more specific ?
You got it right. However do not forget to put a secondary font and a font class.
font-family: "Raleway", "Open Sans", sans-serif;
If you are using Chrome, just highlight the text and right click choose inspect element.
The console will you show you the CSS code along with the current font. Play with it until you are satisfied with the font you want to use.
On your WordPress dashboard, go to Appearance - Theme editor and choose Style.css.
Scroll down until you find the CSS for your post content and change the font.
A wordpress child theme is a second theme that is identical to your current theme but without all the code, a shell if you like, you upload and install and activate the same way. Wordpress will look in the child theme first for any code or css then move on to the main theme. Any changes you make in the child theme overrides the main theme. When wordpress does an update the child theme is untouched. Also having the child theme allows you to work on design, then if you mess up the main theme is left intact. Hope this makes sense
You forgot to mention that you must never change the core wordpress code, everything must be done in a child theme to protect againt wordpress updates as they override all files in the core
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