All the other visual CSS editor I know of (site Origin, Yellow Pencil and CSS Hero) want $ for the one and only function for which I needed them; font changes to elements, which function the theme I use doesn’t support. I’m starting to wonder if the theme developer has shares in that cabal :D… It’s just a beautiful theme though, so have to find a way.
FINALLY with Microthemer it’s possible to change the font on the ‘blog title’ and ‘blog description’, and all gratitude and respect to the makers. They have thought of little details that make the workflow much smoother, like the ability to save recommended font families to the top of the drop down list, so you have your limited collection of fonts easily available and don’t have to keep scrolling down repeatedly as you swap out the fonts on various elements. It’s easy to keep the theme homogeneous looking.
The documentation is comprehensive and includes ‘over and above’ topics that aren’t part of what the plugin does but will help the user understand the related parameters that will interact with it, such as fonts installation CSS inheritance and many more.
Bravo and thank you.
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