Okay, so I have no know-how of CSS but I had read up on it in the past so I could possibly manage. :)
What I want to achieve is this basically: Override present body fonts by specifying a font from Google Web fonts. Arising from this is the dilemma; how do I exactly write this CSS? I’m sure it’s just an _2 second job_ for you guys :)
Can I do the same for all title fonts? I understand this might be a bit more difficult since the title font isn’t a class like body. It include anything that’s h1, h2 and so on. Any leads? :)
P.S. I’m blown away by the design of this website, it’s totally amazing and I’m not into flattery :P
Hi! Yes that actually was pretty spot on! I DO have to call in the header as always. Though a small misunderstanding is all that I need some follow up with; what I have planned is a global font override, so that the said font I choose overrides all the body fonts over the website. How do I use a said font from google to do this? I was told to include the css in my theme folder.
@kenshi64, when you have your selected font from google, instead of linking it, it allows you to download a zip folder of the font (i dont know exactly what font types [otf/ ttf/ svg/ etc] it comes with) but you can then just go to the font squirrel face-font generator and upload one font and it will hook you up.
Chris might have some better insight since he is a typography guy. I try not to use to many fonts (http requests ya know)..