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  • esmi


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    Moderator Jan Dembowski


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    Give this a read, it may help you out.

    Edit: Seriously, Esmi beat me by 7 seconds? I’m getting coffee… 😉

    That gave me allot of insight on how fall-back fonts work and other useful things. Also i understood that the question on what to change would be best answered by my theme owner. Thank you for that.

    But i still have one more question. In my style.css i can change specific object’s font size, color, etc. That means i can overwrite default settings by adding my own CSS to style.css. What i don’t understand is where font importing is supposed to be happening, can i do it in style.css and overwrite theme author’s setting? In other words, is it possible to import my font in style.css or do i have to track down where the theme developer did it and edit it?


    After pulling my hair for a while, i’ve decided to try a different font, just in case the one i wanted was broken. And what do you know…
    Problem solved.

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