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By Linda Carlen, 3 months ago. Last reply by Alex S, 2 months ago.

Hi,

I would like to know if it is possible to have different fonts on one page if I get the Site Origin Premium?
It does say the fonts are changeable but I do not really undertand.

I would use a handwriting font in one widget and a blockletterfont in an other widget.
Will this work?

Kindest regards,
Linda Carlén

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  1. 3 months, 14 hours ago Alex S Hi, I Work Here

    Hi Linda,

    Yes, this is possible via the Web Font Selector plugin addon for SiteOrigin CSS. Just please be aware that you’ll need to understand the basics of CSS to get the most out of SiteOrigin CSS.

  2. 3 months, 14 hours ago Linda Carlen

    Hi,

    Thanks for your answer.
    Sounds Perfect .
    Are there prepared Shortcodes for Fonts etc?
    Have a look at my Vantage site?
    lindacarlen.com<http://lindacarlen.com&gt; ?

    Kindest regards,
    Linda

  3. 3 months, 8 hours ago Alex S Hi, I Work Here

    Hi Linda,

    Unfortunately, no. We don’t currently include any shortcodes for fonts and such. You’ll have to use the Web Font Selector or select fonts in the theme design settings.

  4. 3 months, 8 hours ago Linda Carlen

    Ok,
    So how do I change the font inside an headline widget without changing the Fonts for the complete site?
    Kindest reg
    Linda

  5. 3 months, 7 hours ago Alex S Hi, I Work Here

    Hi Linda,

    I would strongly recommend switching to the SiteOrigin Headline widget instead of using the Vantage Headline which (which is a legacy widget) as this possible without in that widget without using CSS.

    Please ensure you have the Web Font Selector enabled (please navigate to WP AdminSiteOriginPremium Addons and activate the Web Font Selector). Please open the page with the headline present and open the Headline widget. Head over to the widget styles sidebar and open the Attribute settings group. Set the Widget Class to font-override and then save the page.

    Please navigate to WP AdminAppearanceCustom CSS and open the expanded view. Navigate to the relevant page and click the Headline widget. Select the “.widget_headline-widget h1” selector in the inspector, and then select your desired font.

    Now, if you wish to only apply this font to this specific headline, you need to reference the previously applied class. Change the selector from:

    .widget_headline-widget h1

    To:

    .widget_headline-widget .font-override h1

    Now this CSS will only affect headlines that have this class applied.

  6. 2 months, 13 days ago Linda Carlen

    Hi Alex.

    FOOTER:

    I was wondering if there is a widget that can display a pic from my FB site and work as a link?

    I also would like to put a, what I beleive is a menu in the footer covering Measurmentlist, Conditions etc.

    How do I get that? Is there a widget? Second menue?

    It will result in a quiet large footer but I would like that.

    Love the masonry gallery [😊]

    Have a nice day [😊]

  7. 2 months, 9 days ago Alex S Hi, I Work Here

    Hi Linda,

    We’d like to help you, but can you please start a new thread with your question? This will allow others who have similar issues to find related posts easily. Sorry about this!

    Page: New Thread

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