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    Hi Catch-

    I am a WP beginner who purchased CB pro for my new site. I am trying to use a google font on a more wide-spread basis on my site rather than updating every little section.

    Is there a way to get the new google font I found to show up in the drop-down list of fonts in Appearance–>Theme Options–>Font Family Options?



    @calebvmd: We have added the the fonts in Font Family Options. To add fonts beyond that you need to build child theme and edit that. Or send me the font that you want to add in and we will add in next version udpdate.


    I would like to add Modern No. 20 to my husband’s Catch Everest site. How can I do that?

    ALSO, how can I make the white around the header, where the menus are, etc another color? Is that possible?

    Lastly, Can I change the gray at the bottom to another color also?

    Thank you thank you.

    I love this theme–I am using for my site and how for my husband’s site.



    @TanjaCrouch: Catch Box Pro theme has the Font family Options where there is lot of Google fonts. But the font Modern No. 20 is not a Google Font. We are allowed to add only GPL license fonts. So for any other fonts, you have to add it manually by building child theme. This is bit technical process, so you might need to find the similar font in Google fonts http://www.google.com/fonts/ or you need to convert your font though http://www.fontsquirrel.com/tools/webfont-generator and add it.

    For color, can you look at the color options in Theme Options panel. If there is any more color that you want to change then you need to send me your site URL and I will send you the css code.


    Thank you. I discovered if I upload via MS Word/blog page my fonts and colors mostly remain. For the one’s that don’t, I found a line of code to copy and paste in that forces the font and color.

    Thank you.

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