You can change the font you are using on your website at any time. Create provides a selection of web safe fonts which will work across a range of browsers, operating systems and devices.
If you are using the Create Design Studio, please follow the instructions below to choose your website fonts.
To change the size of your headings, you can use the heading size scale. This is a global setting that will be applied to anywhere on your site you use headings such as your page title, side column heading titles and so forth. To update it, simply follow the steps below:
Certain fonts can appear smaller and harder to read on screen than others. The more decorative font types are generally better suited when used sparingly for things like large headings.
The best fonts to use for the main text on your site are modern fonts such as Arial, Tahoma, Trebuchet or Verdana. These will be much clearer for your visitors to read, as they were designed for use on computer screens.
If a visitor comes to your website and does not have the same font that you used installed on their own computer then they will not see your site as you intended.
If you have changed your default font colour or style of font in "Design" and some of the text on your pages have not changed, it will most likely be that you have already changed that text in the editor.
Once you have changed text in the editor and saved it, you will need to go back to "edit" the page to change the text again. If you would like the text to be in the default colour or style you have set in "Design", then you can highlight the text and click on the "Remove formatting" icon on the top toolbar which looks like a white rubber. This will undo any changes you have previously made on the text. You may need to click on the icon several times to undo all of the stages.