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Solved: Can't alter the fixed font of my template

Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by piscespassion, Jan 13, 2011.

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  1. piscespassion

    piscespassion Thread Starter

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    There is something that's really bothering me...
    For starters, the set font for my "Company Name" in my website's template is not to my liking. I have created contracts, flyers, badges, company t-shirts, etc, etc, with fonts that "I like" :D But not only that "I like", but also that "goes well with" whatever it is I'm creating. And it bothers me that I feel like I "have to" coincide with the font on my website! After all, wouldn't that make sense?
    However, I can't alter the fixed font of my Company Name in the template, therefore I get "frustrated" when I'm working on a project and find myself trying out dozens of fonts to accommodate "both" myself "and" the template/website!!
    So I guess my question is along the lines of "Is it ok to use different fonts along the rest of the site, and on flyers and such?"
    But even more importantly [to me] is the question of "Am I doomed to forcefully use the fixed font of my template???"
    Thx!
    xoxo~Rose

    PS: I can alter the Company Name's font in any of the other site's pages (.htm) but not in the index.html one... if this helps. Oh, and also, if you'd like to view the original format of the template, you can find it at ordermex.com/original.htm
     
  2. ehymel

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    The title font in the template you linked to is set in the default_spear_mint.css file as follows:

    Code:
    .header .left {
        background-color: #006060;
        background-image: url("img/bgheader.gif");
        background-repeat: repeat-x;
        [B]font: 2.8em/105px "Trebuchet MS",sans-serif;[/B]
        text-align: left;
        width: 564px;
    }
    The bold line is the one you want to change to get the font you want.
     
  3. piscespassion

    piscespassion Thread Starter

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    OMG, talk about being "grateful"!!! You don't know how much I appreciate this =) Thank you!
     
  4. ehymel

    ehymel

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    No problem! Glad to help.
     
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