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  • I’m still using Voidy, I messed up a couple of times and then upgraded the version, so the header font has gone back to default. Not sure I will bother trying to use Google API on it again, but I might! 😉

    Been wondering about the very basic header on Twenty Ten, just in case I find a need to use that theme… I looked into the stylesheet but I can’t seem to find where I would make the changes? It would be interesting to see what I could do there!

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  • this is the css for menu

    h3#comments-title,
    h3#reply-title,
    #access .menu,
    #access div.menu ul,
    #cancel-comment-reply-link,
    .form-allowed-tags,
    #site-info,
    #site-title,
    #wp-calendar,
    .comment-meta,
    .comment-body tr th,
    .comment-body thead th,
    .entry-content label,
    .entry-content tr th,
    .entry-content thead th,
    .entry-meta,
    .entry-title,
    .entry-utility,
    #respond label,
    .navigation,
    .page-title,
    .pingback p,
    .reply,
    .widget-title,
    .wp-caption-text,
    input[type=submit]
    {
    	font-family: "Helvetica Neue", Arial, Helvetica, "Nimbus Sans L", sans-serif;
    }

    Here you see this #access .menu, #access div.menu ul.

    You can write new css for #access .menu which overwrite above css for menu.

    So, pardon me if I sound like a dim bulb, *Lol* but where it says “font-family” could I just insert the API link (we girls all like the ‘Tangerine’ font!)?

    esmi

    (@esmi)

    Forum Moderator

    No – you need to list actual font names.

    Yes, I know…I just wanted to be sure I could alter the final css line for “menu.”

    Here is how the Voidy logo was changed recently–I assume I could do much the same with the above css in “Twenty Ten”:

    #logo #h1{
    float:left;
    font-family: ‘Tangerine’, arial, serif;
    font-size:48px;
    }

    But, I’m only guessing…as I know almost nothing about stylesheets… The plugin should take care of that, but obviously finding typical H1, H2, etc. is sometimes fiddley…

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