- December 6, 2018 at 8:19 pm #161008
Hello, I just logged in to our blog and Catch Box Pro is displaying a new layout, with a “add block” section at the top.
AND the typography in all posts, from already published posts to draft posts has changed from a san serif font to a serif font. How do we go back to the san serif fonts so all the posts match?
Also the layout of the posts has changed in how the typography and pictures appears. Did Catch Themes update Catch Box Pro and not notify us? What’s going on?
Blog is shellyandcococreate.comDecember 6, 2018 at 8:34 pm #161011
Update: I just checked the Font Family Option in the Customizing Panel. All 4 section are set to Helvetica, a san serif font. Why then have all the previously posted posts and all the Draft posts now show a serif font instead?December 7, 2018 at 1:36 am #161026
@evergreenw60: Catch Box Pro has not been updated after 4.96 version. This may be due to the WordPress 5.0 update. Can you explain the issues in detail?
SkandhaDecember 7, 2018 at 3:12 pm #161065
Please go look at any of the current posts, 1-12 at shellyandcococreate.com. All of them have san-serif fonts, probably Helvetica. Now look at the link http://www.dougbaldwinphoto.com/catchboxpro.html that shows what a draft post looks like with Serif fonts now showing up as a default font. As previously stated in this discussion, the default fonts in the Customize section show that all areas should have san-Serif fonts in use. How do we change the default to san-serif fonts?December 7, 2018 at 3:46 pm #161067
I discovered the issue. WordPress 5.0 was installed without our permission. Their new block format changed the default font without giving us a choice. By installing the Classic Editor Plugin our previous format and fonts have been restored in our posts.December 10, 2018 at 12:34 am #161170
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