I’m setting up a new site on a multisite install. I’m using Twenty Twelve as a parent Theme & am making changes in a child Theme I have created.
In the child Theme functions.php, I am dequeueing the Twenty Twelve Google font & am enqueueing my own, as a body font.
The problem I am having is that this new font is then being used as the main font in the admin area for the site. It just isn’t suitable in this application & I want to just revert back to using the default admin font for the admin pages.
I can’t see anyone else having this same problem & can’t figure out how to turn it off as a setting in admin.
I think it would be useful to still be able to see this font being used in the visual editor, but I have no need at all for it to be used as the main admin font!
Where I think the complication may be coming from, is that rather than replacing the Twenty Twelve Google font css file with another Google font, I am then loading the new font from fonts.com, which requires me to use a .js file link instead.
I am using wp_enqueue_script for the new font (rather than wp_enqueue_style which was being used for the Google css file), and obviously it is all working OK, as the font is everywhere!
It is only on the site where I am enqueueing a font via .js that I have the problem. On a similar setup where I am replacing the Twenty Twelve font with another Google font .css, it does not affect admin.
I guess I may need to put a conditional statement around the enqueueing of the .js file, but what would that be, to exclude WordPress admin pages?
Thanks in advance for the help!
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