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[SOLVED] Adding Google Fonts


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Old Mar 24, 2013, 05:32 PM
2mommies4me
 
1 posts · Mar 2013
I am relatively new to CSS editing. I have recently implemented the Montezuma theme on my website. I am wanting to customize the font that is used specifically for the posts. I have played around in the options for the theme and saw where I can add a Google font. Which I am successful at doing.

Once said font is added is where I get a little lost. I have gone into the admin settings and can see that there are some text options there, but I know that's not where I need to be. So, I ventured myself over to the CSS files and pulled up the content.css.

PHP Code:
/********************************************************************
    <BODY> for TEXT
********************************************************************/

body {
    
margin:                     0
    
padding:                 0
    
font-family:             "Segoe UI""Lucida Grande""Helvetica Neue"sans-serif;
    
font-size:                 15px;
    
opacity:                 0/* <--- will be turned on ( = set to '1' ) with jQuery 
                                    after google fonts, if any, have loaded and masonry layout, 
                                    if any, was applied */

I am assuming that the above listed code is where I am able to go in and edit the type of font that I would like to use in the posts (as I want it to be on all the posts). My question is how is it that I go about adding the specific font from Google that was uploaded in the Options section for the theme? If this is not the correct location, then can I be pointed to the correct location and file name along with the how the coding should look?

Thank you very much for any assistance you provide.
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Old Mar 24, 2013, 08:47 PM
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10,174 posts · Jul 2009
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When you select a font from Google fonts they give you the font-family CSS code to use where you wish along with the code to use in the Google fonts area of the theme options.
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Old Jul 10, 2013, 12:01 AM
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Hody
 
156 posts · Apr 2012
Quote:
Originally Posted by lmilesw
When you select a font from Google fonts they give you the font-family CSS code to use where you wish along with the code to use in the Google fonts area of the theme options.
Does Atahualpa has that option too?
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Old Jul 10, 2013, 02:48 PM
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10,174 posts · Jul 2009
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It's not an option per se. You just have to add the code into the proper boxes in the "Add HTML/CSS Inserts" section of the theme options.
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Old Jul 10, 2013, 03:18 PM
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156 posts · Apr 2012
Thank you, did it get done, there is even a way to convert ttf fonts for later use
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