This tutorials is about how to configure typeface for your website. Air WordPress theme supplies Google fonts, Adobe fonts, and uploaded fonts. Navigate to Fonts Management from the WordPress dashboard panel, you will find the font interface. If you cannot see the Fonts Management label, please make sure that BM Content Builder plugin is activated.
There are mainly 2 steps config typeface for your website.
Step 1 – Define fonts
Please create(define) the fonts firstly. Please go to Fonts Management > Fonts Definition, you could create the font from 4 kinds of source: Google Fonts, Adobe Fonts, Uploaded Fonts, and System Fonts.
- Google Font – Check how to create a Google font
- Upload font – Check how to create an Upload font
- Adobe Font – Check how to create an Adobe font
- System font – Check how to create a System font
Step 2 -Assign fonts
Go to Fonts Management > Fonts Assignment to assign the font to the logo, menu, post/page, or other elements.
Plain Text Logo
You could define the plain text logo on the header and footer bar.
Please click the “Posts & Pages” tab, select a font for the “Content” font, it is for the content area. Please notice that it is set as the default font for the website also.
You could select the font name(created in Fonts Definition), font size(desktop and mobile), line-height, letter-spacing for the elements:
Assign fonts for other elements
You could assign fonts for Menu, Button, Form, Widgets, Footers elements and WooCommerce pages.
Assign fonts for elements not included the table
If you want to set font for some elements what are not included in these tabs.
Please click “Custom” tab, enter the HTML selector of the element to set font settings:
Please separate multiple selectors by commas like
To set a bold style for the custom fonts, it is necessary by this option. Please enter the
b,strong, pickup the font(for bold style) from the font selector: