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  • #127015
    Zoe

    Hi Tom

    First of all, great product, I absolutely love it!!

    I’m in the process of setting my website up with the add-ons now, and everything is working perfectly except the fonts. When in Customise no matter what font I change the fields to, the fonts don’t change. Any ideas on what might be causing this? (I’ve tried all fields, headers, body text, widget… nothing is changing).

    Thank you!

    #127098
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hi Zoe,

    That’s very odd – can you link me to your site possibly?

    #127118
    Zoe

    Sure Tom – http://www.meshbodyaddicts.com

    Thank you 🙂

    #127119
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    It looks like you have the “Roboto” font set? Looks like it’s working to me?

    Have you tried setting a more obvious font/playing around with a few to see if you notice any changes?

    #128448
    Don

    Your theme GP is great, but am just getting into the bowels of it. I have you full list of Add Ons and starting to use them. I’m looking for your CSS sheet for them. The CSS doesn’t seem added to the visible CSS sheets.

    That is where we should be able to change fonts, font size, etc.

    The Copyright plugin I used instead of adding my own coding. It works well, but the black background need to be narrowed up.

    Likewise the secondary nav bar above my header needs to be widened and print size increased. (http://www.responsive-webdesign-tutorial.com/)

    Again and again I’ve tried to find your CSS info. to no avail. The changes should be easy once that is located.

    Yes, I will be recommending GP and thank you for your personal note. I’ve been having too much fun with GP to answer my emails 🙂

    Don Shenton

    #128458
    Don

    Don here again. I found the answer to my question I think:

    “Again and again I’ve tried to find your CSS info. to no avail. The changes should be easy once that is located.”

    The CSS is inline and included on every web page. It seems to me to greatly add to the size of the HTML file and also not easy to over ride. It seems to me it will over ride the “Custom CSS”.

    Does it make the page slower loading compared to a separate CSS file?

    I’m an old fellow and getting rusty on these things. Thanks for your patience.

    Thanks much,
    Don

    #128459
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hi Don,

    Efficiency/speed is #1 on my list 🙂

    Doing it this way is actually more efficient than linking to an external file.

    You can read more about it here: http://generatepress.com/forums/topic/why-does-gp-stick-a-heap-of-inline-css-in-my-header/

    #128462
    Don

    “Efficiency/speed is #1 on my list :)”

    You are unbelievable. Hope you get sleep sometimes. You provide a very valuable Theme and SUPPORT!

    Thanks, Much.

    Don

    #128480
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Thanks, Don! I appreciate it! 🙂

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