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    I am trying to create an opt-in page and free-report page on our website. These fonts will be different than the ones used on the website.My original plan was to use OP plugin for these 2 pages but (as I now realize) OP and Enfold aren’t very compatible.
    So then I created a subdirectory for OP as a work around. While it works, I’m not that excited about it. I wish I didn’t have to.
    But then I came across css hero and have been trying to use that, but it seems to want to change all of my fonts to one style, instead of allowing multiple styles, I don’t know if this is a css hero problem with Enfold or what.

    Anyhow, I’m getting frustrated and wondering if there’s a straightforward solution… add additional fonts. <<< Is this possible? All 6 of my fonts are “taken” by fonts I use on the website.



    Hey laceym002,
    You can add fonts by uploading them to Enfold Theme Options > Import/Export > Custom Font Manager
    Please read this documentation and also read about “Managing font variants
    But I’m not sure what you mean by: “All 6 of my fonts are “taken” by fonts I use on the website.
    After you upload them if you find that you are having trouble assigning the font to your opt-in page let us know and we can assist with some css.
    Please include a admin login in the Private Content area.

    Best regards,


    Hello Mike, thanks for your reply.

    I think I need to clarify: I don’t need custom fonts, what Enfold has is fine.

    I need to have more font options available to me in terms of the h1, h2, h3… paragraph and so on. Those are all “taken” by fonts that I’m using on my website. But on my landing pages I want to use different fonts (for example: black, arial, 24px) but my website’s fonts are currently in the blue tones and Trebuchet MS and Signika Negative.


    Thank you for clarifying, we can assist with some css to assign the font elements for your landing page.
    Please link to one landing page & explain the font options you would like for it, once we create the css for it you will be able to use it as a model it for other landing pages, if you like, by making small changes.
    Here is an example that effects one page: #wrap_all p {
    font-family: "Open Sans" !important; 
    font-size: 18px !important; 
    color: #555555 !important; 
    line-height: 1.2em !important; 
    font-weight: 400 !important; 

    you could also set the headings with another set of rules like this.

    Best regards,

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