Our themes offer complete control over the colors and fonts used in almost every aspect of the theme’s presentation.
The default theme skins use their own preset colors, and these color sets do not show on the Custom Colors tab. Once you change any of the custom colors and save them, all the colors set in the Custom Colors tab will be applied and overwrite any default theme skin colors.
While changing the custom colors will override any colors and fonts from any default theme skin you have selected, the background, header and footer images will remain unchanged unless you update them separately.
You can set the font used as the base font for all elements of the site. You can also change the font size of specific elements in the layout.
The Site Font Style fonts include standard “web-safe” fonts (marked by an asterisk in the drop down), as well as fonts from the Google Font Directory. The “web-safe” fonts are guaranteed to display pretty much the same for all users (Mac or PC). Many of the Google Font Directory fonts will display for most people, but are not guaranteed to do so. A user of your site either needs to have these fonts on their machine (PC or Mac) or the theme will attempt to pull the fonts from the Google Font Directory. If a user’s machine cannot access the Google Font Directory for some reason the theme will typically default to one of the “web-safe” fonts.
|FIG A: Theme Color & Font Management|