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Change the Site-Wide Text Font and Colour

You can create text formats to be applied to your website. There are three text formats that you can customize: Heading 1, Heading 2 and Default font. Remember that the formatting set in the Text Widget will override the site-wide formatting and all pre-existing text will be set to the Default font once applied.

 

Navigate to Site Settings then click into Text

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Here you can choose your desired font, colour, size and style. 
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Note that you can add your own colours to the colour palette by clicking on any of the dropdown arrows under Colour and adding a hex code in hex colour area as highlighted below, or you can add them as custom colors on the Custom Color tab:
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Once added, the custom color will show as one of your color options as below:
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Once you have selected your fonts, colours, sizes and font styles for each setting, click Save.

 

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The colour and font changes will now be implemented site-wide. 
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To use different text formats on text that you are going to add, click on on +ADD CONTENT and select Text to add a text widget.
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On the text editor click on the the dropdown arrow beside the text format:
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Select the format that you would like to apply:
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Here is an example:

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