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    Hey, running into a bit of an issue on this page:

    The text: “We have so much art for you to choose from” is set to be h3, but when I change the font for h3 in “advanced styling” to copperplate, the text font on the page doesn’t change.

    The same happens with the text “Bring your walls to life!” at the top of the page. According to inspect, its an h2, but when I change the parameters for h2, the text itself doesn’t change.


    Hey Dzimnikov,
    When I check your “We have so much art for you to choose from” it looks like this is the font used:

    #top #wrap_all .all_colors h3 {
        font-family: 'copperplate',Helvetica,Arial,sans-serif;
        text-transform: uppercase;

    What did you choose in the advanced styling?

    Best regards,


    I chose Copperplate, but it isn’t showing up as Copperplate. Now sure why.

    Below I’ve attached a login, perhaps I made a mistake somewhere with the setup, or added something I shouldn’t have in the CSS

    Thank you so much per always.


    I see that it is a “web safe” font and when I look online it looks similar:
    I’m not sure how accurate the “web safe” fonts are, it’s not like a google font that you can see a sample.
    Perhaps try downloading it and installing it in Enfold Theme Options ▸ Import/Export ▸ Custom Font Manager, or choose a google font.

    Best regards,


    Eh, maybe. Let me test it out with other fonts.

    I changed the font in general styling to “copperplate”, and as you can tell on the page, a lot of the fonts changed to it. The text: “Fill your walls with unique…” on the top slider is in copperplate, and looks significantly different. You can especially tell be the Fs.

    It does seem to work with a google font, but not with copperplate. Its weird, but I guess it is what it is. Copperplate works for some elements, but not for others. Guess it is what it is


    Actually, questions off of this.

    Its seems that the top caption of the slider and the slider names are both h2s, by default. I wouldn’t want them to be the same font, is it possible to change on of them to another h… maybe using CSS?



    You can adjust the style of the caption or the slider content with this css code.

    #top .avia-slideshow .av-slideshow-caption {
        font-size: 22px;
        font-family: Copperplate;

    Best regards,

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