Hello! I would like to use a google font (Monsterrat) and increase the text size for the blog title on both the /blog page and each individual post instead of the custom font I use for headers across the site. How can I do this?
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Regretfully there is no option to set the font family and font size only for the blog post title only. You can set the font family and font size for the Heading that will be rendered to the blog post title and other headings.
Go to the X—>Theme Option —>Typography —>Headings, set the font family and font size from here.
Hope it helps
Sorry, this doesn’t help. I already have set the font and weight for my site in Theme Option —>Typography —>Headings but want to use code to ensure that the blog headings are different. They are longer headlines so I want to ensure they are easy to read. For some reason they show smaller than any other Headline but again, I also want to change the font.
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I added the secure note however again, there’s nothing in my settings that will allow me to separate the blog headings font from the rest of the site’s headings fonts.
Sorry for the confusion. There’s no option to have different font headings in the blog post from the rest of the site’s headings using X. What you are trying to accomplished will require some customization which is outside the scope of our theme support. You may seek 3rd party developers to help you with your problems or you can avail One where we can answer questions outside of the features of our theme.
Another option is upgrading your X to Pro because in Pro you can customize the blog layout and control the headings in the Layout Builder then you can access the advanced features like Header Builder, Footer Builder, Layout Builder, and Grid Editor.
Here is how you can convert X to Pro:
Hope that helps.
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