Support » Plugin: Font Organizer » Custom Elements

  • Resolved littlebird1912

    (@katromanoff)


    Hi there,

    the plugin is great! But some elements in my theme aren’t affected by the new fonts I’ve uploaded. What css should I add to change the fonts of the navigation menu, as well as some other elements in the theme?

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  • Plugin Contributor YardenSade

    (@yardensade)

    Hello,

    In order to use CSS on certain elements you need to target them using css.
    Are you familiar with CSS at all?
    In short, finding the ID or class of element can be done using the chrome developer tools, in elements tab, and by clicking on the element you want to change, then finding out its class.

    Depends on your knowledge it can be done after readin short guide on css, but you might need help of webmaster to do it.

    If you wish we can take a look at your website to check why those specific elements are not changing currently, might be due to the theme or another plugin.

    Thanks a lot for using our plugin.

    It would be great if you could take a quick look here and let me know your thoughts. Thanks a lot for the quick reply!

    Plugin Author hivewebstudios

    (@hivewebstudios)

    Hello,

    To apply font on custom elements you will need to select the font in section 4, and add the elements separated with commas.
    for example: if you want to apply the font on your navigation items, you will need to select the font you want and add “span.item_outer” (without the quotes) as it is the class of each menu item.
    Once you hit “Apply Custom Elements” the navigation items will be displayed in the font selected after you hit refresh.

    Note: for more advanced elements you will need basic knowledge in CSS.
    Let us know if you need more help.

    It worked, thank you so much for the quick reply! How can I change the size of it though?

    Plugin Author hivewebstudios

    (@hivewebstudios)

    You can change with the plugin the size of text in text editors.
    If you wish to target specific element you can use CSS for that, but it is not part of the plugin as of now.
    The main focus of our plugin is about fonts.

    You might find this link useful in order to do it: http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_font.asp

    Amazing! Everything worked perfectly. Thanks a lot!
    Last question, the changes I made to the fonts seem to appear when “www.” is before the domain in web browser, but if I don’t enter “www.”, only the sizes I specified remain but the fonts I uploaded disappear. What can I do to fix this?
    Thanks again

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