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  • I have downloaded and activated the Google fonts plug in, but I cannot apply it either at headings and body, either at menu. Can anyone tell me what I need to do? For instance, what CSS code should I use?

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  • I am having similar issues. I have tried putting the code in Custom CSS box in Theme Options, but it won’t work, because it turns ‘ into & #039 ;

    But there is still something else over riding the H1 tags, even if I plug in the CSS into the edit files to test.

    Has anyone else been able to make Google Web Fonts work in this theme?

    Theme Author Daniel Tara


    A nice list of Google Fonts is already enabled in theme options. Have you tried those?

    Yes, I have seen the fonts in Theme Options > Typography. But my client wants something fancy for the Headings. Something like Google’s ‘Great Vibes’. How can I incorporate that? Adding it to the Custom CSS block in Theme Options does not save correctly, and adding it to the actually CSS file gets over-written. Please help.

    Never mind. In a fresh attempt to try something different, I eliminated the part that was getting corrupted… and it works. So to anyone else experiencing issues with adding ‘ or ” in Theme Options > Layout > Custom CSS, just strip them out, and it works!!!



    In case you have problems with something overriding your css defintion, you can tyr to add ‘!important’ behind your definition, e.g.:

    h1 { color: #ff0000 !important; }

    That will override any other ‘!important’ definition of the theme or plugin.

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