Site identity font is different on each page- how to make it the same

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  • #57454

    Hi,

    I chose a font for my site identity and it shows in the header on the main page but when I navigate to other pages (i.e. who we are, connect, etc.) the font is the default font. Is there a way to make it all look like the font I chose for the main page? Does this question make sense? Any insight is appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Lynne

    #57509
    Zed
    Cryout Creations Team

    We’d need to browse the site to provide any insight.


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    #57531

    Hi,

    It’s melovivere.com.

    Any insight is appreciated!

    Lynne

    #57566

    Hi

    Wanting to follow-up on my question re: site identity font. Is there a way to make it consistent in the font I chose?

    Thank you,
    Lynne

    Website: www.melovivere.com

    #57749
    Zed
    Cryout Creations Team

    The font name you’ve set for the site title is invalid. The font name should be ‘Fjalla One’, not ‘fjalla’.

    On the homepage the site title is a heading, inheriting the headings font. On other pages the title is a simple span, so the headings fonts no longer applies.


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    #57765

    Hi,

    Thanks for the response. I did type fjalla one; I’m not sure why it didn’t show up that way. Regardless, it seems that there isn’t the ability to have consistency with the fonts. Is that correct? (I don’t know what a simple span is so maybe that phrase answers my question). Very unfortunate since from a business perspective, consistency in look, brand, etc. is important.

    #58396
    Zed
    Cryout Creations Team

    The site title HTML element used by the theme is different between the homepage and the other site sections (for SEO purposes). This makes it fall back to one font on the homepage and a different font on the other sections if its primary font selection is invalid.

    Enter the correct font identifier for the site title in the theme’s options and it will work consistently throughout the site.


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