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  • #6511

    I’ve been trying to figure out if there’s a way of changing the ‘headline’ font from the built-in Cufon options to another web font (maybe Typekit or a download). Is there an easy way to do this or do I have to use “no custom font” then customize every instance of the CSS that the Cufon routine hooked into?

    #54460

    I’m also looking for a simple way to exchange the cufon fonts for my own font on the menu and headings.

    #54461

    Hey,

    you can deactivate cufon in the backend. Then apply your font-face font/webkit font to the .cufon_headings class.

    #54462

    Many thanks!

    #54463

    Glad that I could help you :)

    #54464

    Thanks! :)

    #54465

    Glad that this post could help you too, skyandbradd :)

    #54466

    OK, I’m a bit of a noob when it comes to this – so can you explain in layman’s terms how I can change the size of the cufon headings?

    For the site I’m working on, the H1 is too large, and I wanted to make it a little smaller. Changing the size in the custom.css of the:

    }

    #top .entry-mini h1.post-title{

    font-size: 50px;

    }

    From 50px to something smaller didn’t seem to change anything (whether I’ve got it set to ‘no custom font’ or to a cufon font).

    Help!

    #54467

    Hey,

    maybe you need to clear your browser cache to see the change. The code:

    #top .entry-mini h1.post-title {
    font-size: 50px;
    }

    is correct. you can place it in css/custom.css or in the quick css field. Cufon uses the css font size value – there’s no need to adjust cufon/js code.

    #54468

    Thanks Dude.

    It’s all working now, many thanks!

    #54469

    Glad that Dude could help you :)

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