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    How do we change the global font setting for the theme?

    And what is it set to by default?

    Many thanks,



    Hey. The default font is set to :

    body{font: 13px/1.65em “HelveticaNeue”, “Helvetica Neue”, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;}

    you can change that by adding this to your custom.css stylesheet in folder /css/ or to the quick-css panel located in your wordpress backend at Propulsion->Styling:

    #top{font: 13px/1.65em "Arial", "Georgia", FontOfYourChoice, sans-serif;}

    Make sure to choose several fallback fonts as shown above so visitors who do not have the first one get one of the fallbacks served ;)


    Thanks Kriesi,

    So to clarify, if we add our own font, like a Gotham equivalent, the user will have to have that font installed on their machine too, or it won’t load? I thought it didn’t work like that anymore.

    Anyway, nice one for the tip,




    Yes, or you can use font-face to embed the font files into your website.



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