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  • #34593
    weblearner99
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    I am using wordpress for my blog/site. I am using Freshnews theme from woothemes as the theme for the blog.

    Here is the link:
    http://demo.woothemes.com/freshnews/

    The font is not that good and it is way too small and the spacing is bad (too congested).

    How do I change the fonts, size, spacing (line and paragraph) throughout the blog.

    I know I would have to change it somewhere in the stylesheet. But where exactly and how?

    And what are the ways to get this done?

    Should I install a font somewhere?

    Should I use webfonts (like google webfonts)?
    What is the advantage in using this?

    or what are the other ways?

    #89953
    weblearner99
    Member

    Anyone?

    #89956
    chrisburton
    Participant

    What typeface are you referring to?

    #89957
    weblearner99
    Member

    I want to test out different typefaces. The one on the site is the default typeface and font settings that are seen in the demo link.

    #89963
    chrisburton
    Participant

    In the CSS file did you check for an @font-face code?

    #93093
    weblearner99
    Member

    just changed the theme which had built in font changing options in the admin panel.

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