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  • in reply to: Changing Fonts via Custom CSS #3529

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    in reply to: Changing Fonts via Custom CSS #3512

    Tricia
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    Hi Andrew,

    I really appreciate how responsive you are. Thank you.

    1. I am using these widgets on the home page:

    SiteOrigin Image
    SiteOrigin Hero
    SiteOrigin Headline
    SiteOrigin Editor
    SiteOrigin Button
    SiteOrigin Contact Form

    I’d like to use Proxima Nova and Museo as the sole fonts throughout the website. If you can provide the basic code to change the items in these widgets (which I know is a lot to ask) to, let’s say, Proxima Nova, I think I should be able to tweak the code to fit my exact needs by changing it to Museo where necessary and adding in specific criteria for weight, font size, etc.

    Regarding your note about the Hero widget, the font I’d like to use is not listed within the widget or the premium customizer, since it is not a Google Font. Can I use a TypeKit font here? If I use a Typekit font, do I control the Hero widget font settings in the Custom CSS rules, Typekit Custom CSS, Hero widget, or the premium customizer? (I’d like to use Proxima Nova.)

    2. As I said, I’d like to use Proxima Nova and Museo as the sole fonts throughout the website, both on the home page and other pages, for headings, body font, etc. As I understand it, this means that I will need to use add-on CSS rules to dictate headings, body font, SiteOrigin fonts, etc. How do I customize the <h1> tags, etc, for the SiteOrigin widgets, using Typekit fonts, and how do I get what I put in CSS rules to override the theme fonts?

    I know this is very specific; I really appreciate your help.

    Thanks,
    Tricia

    in reply to: Changing Fonts via Custom CSS #3477

    Tricia
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    Hi Andrew,

    You can probably ignore my previous post as it’s more specific than my overall question. I’m wondering how fonts work overall for this theme. I have two more specific areas that I’m curious about:

    1. I’d like to customize more of the fonts on the static homepage, using the SiteOrigin Widgets Bundle to build this page. Can I customize those fonts using “Attributes” within each of these widgets? Do I need to find the corresponding code in the CSS style sheet and customize it in my CSS stylesheet?

    2. I’d like to use two Typekit fonts (Museo and Proxima). I’ve added the Typekits for WordPress plug-in, but I’m not sure how that works alongside the SiteOrigin Widgets Bundle and the Ultra Premium Theme. Can you offer some insight here?

    Thanks for your help.

    in reply to: Changing Fonts via Custom CSS #3470

    Tricia
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    Hi Andrew,

    Could you help me change the title font in the Site Origin Hero widget? Is there something I need to do in the custom CSS? I’m trying to use Montserrat 700.

    Thanks,
    Tricia

    in reply to: Blank space in header content and above the footer #3468

    Tricia
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    This worked! Thank you Andrew!

    Tricia (poppytree)

    in reply to: Blank space in header content and above the footer #3450

    Tricia
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    Hi Andrew,

    I’m attempting to do the same thing as Alexia, but I don’t have Custom CSS under Appearance. (I have themes, customize, widgets, menus, home page, theme settings, and editor). I am also using Ultra Premium.

    Is there somewhere else where I might find Custom CSS, or something I need to do to make it show up?

    Thanks for your help!

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