Font in Header is not consistent throughout site
AnonymousDecember 1, 2011 at 4:58 am #20450
Where are you pulling that font from, and how did you implement it? Is it a google font?
How did you incorporate it into your header?
AnonymousDecember 1, 2011 at 5:31 am #20452
What’s the url of the plugin? I’d have to check the code and see how it’s applying the font…
Is there in option in the plugin settings to apply it to different pages?
Yes, it says select Page Title or Post Headers. I selected Page Title and that is how I changed the Home Page, but I cant change the other pages or posts…
AnonymousDecember 1, 2011 at 8:15 pm #20454
I’m not too familiar with the plugin, but you would do better choosing one of the web-safe fonts and making the adjustment in your graphene options.
graphene options -> display -> text style options
You can change the ‘Title text style’ and the ‘Description text style’.
Or, you can add a call to a google font in your child theme style.css file. And then enter the name in your text style box.Mod
This is because the site title and site description are H1 and H2 on the front page, and H2 and H3 everywhere else.
Your best bet in these cases is to just use Photoshop or GIMP to create a header image with that text in place already, because you can apply a bit of anti-aliasing to the text and make it look a bit better. But as Josh pointed out, Graphene does provide a way to do this if you don’t want to use an image editor.
AnonymousDecember 2, 2011 at 4:56 am #20457
I’ll be happy to explain… but I’m liking Ken’s suggestion better. This is what I did with my site and complete forgot about the option.
Do you understand what he was suggesting? You can create your header image in photoshop (or its equivalent), and just add a text box (in photoshop) to the header, and customize the text box. Plus you can add all kinds of effects like shadows, highlights, embossing, and so on.
Then, just upload the header, and it will be the same on all pages.
Soooo, I’ll still explain the google fonts thing if you want to go that route… but Ken’s suggestion would result in better stability, and faster loading times.
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