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  • #27153

    Is there any way to update the pre-existing Google webfonts in the Styling section of Theme Options? Or Thanks for your help!

    #132980

    Hi,

    Edit includes > admin > register-admin-options.php, find this code on line 731:

    'Salsa'=>'Salsa',
    'Sunshiney'=>'Sunshiney',
    'Signika Negative'=>'Signika Negative',

    'Tangerine'=>'Tangerine',
    'Terminal Dosis'=>'Terminal Dosis',
    'Tenor Sans'=>'Tenor Sans',

    'Varela Round'=>'Varela Round',

    'Yellowtail'=>'Yellowtail',

    You can add google fonts below. You can also use the plugin: http://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-google-fonts/

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #132981

    Thank you! I will try the plugin. I saw that awhile ago but wasn’t sure if it would be compatible. I’ll let you know how it works out. Thanks, again!

    #132982

    Hi tamtamdesigns,

    Both are good options but the plugin is the easiest to use :)

    Regards,

    Devin

    #132983

    But the plugin does not work through the existing Theme Styling utility? I am using Propulsion…

    Is there a way to update the fonts that appear as options on my Styling page?

    Thanks!

    #132984

    Hey,

    You can do the other solution. Edit includes > admin > register-admin-options.php, find this code:

    'Yellowtail'=>'Yellowtail',

    Add the new google font that you want to use below.

    Example:

    'Montserrat'=>'Montserrat',

    Regards.

    Ismael

    #132985

    Hi, I just did the same for the websave fonts, i have added Courier New Font, when i see the preview on the styling option in enfold, i can see the coruirer working, but when i go to the site, the font that i see is arial. How can i fix this?

    #132986

    Hi,

    The solution above is only possible with Google Fonts. If you want to add the Courier New font, you need to specify it using the custom.css or Quick CSS field manually.

    body, body p, body a, body li {
    font: 13px/1.65em "Courier New", "Helvetica Neue", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;
    }

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #132987

    Thanks, works perfect!

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