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    If I look at my site while I’m logged into the back end in WordPress, the Modern style for Special Heading is thinner and more delicate than it is when I look at my site while I’m not logged in. Anyone else having this happen? Any explanation?


    Hey missouriartscouncil!

    That is a really strange issue and first time hearing it.
    Can we please have access to your web site, so we can see it happening in action?

    Thanks a lot



    Sure thing. Here’s the website:
    I have a test page in the secondary menu called “AAA_Mega Test Page. The first section on the page is multiple uses of the Special Heading.

    Here are four screenshots I did of that section on the page:

    Special Heading tests

    The shots are in Chrome and in Firefox, both logged in and logged out. You can see that the Modern style looks the same in Firefox whether or not I am logged in, but different in Chrome when I am logged in. (It also looks different when I am logged in within IE11 and Edge 12.)

    I can get you logged into the back end of the site if you send me an email so I can add you as a user.


    Here’s my login info



    Thank you for the info. I think the issue is because of the font weight property. It is set to 300 but the available font weight are 400 and 600 only. Please add this in the functions.php file:

    /* Open Sans New*/
    add_filter( 'avf_google_heading_font',  'add_custom_open_sans');
    add_filter( 'avf_google_content_font',  'add_custom_open_sans');
    function add_custom_open_sans($fonts) {
    	$fonts['Open Sans New'] = 'Open Sans:300,400,500,600';
    	return $fonts;

    Reselect the font Open Sans New in the General Styling > Fonts panel.

    Best regards,


    Sounds plausible! Where do I find/ how do I access the functions.php file? Do I load that code you’ve given me into Quick CSS in General Styling, or somewhere else? (I’m not a web developer; I’m an editor; and I don’t always know where all this stuff is. :-( )



    in backend go to Appearance->Editor->Theme functions (functions.php).

    Best regards,


    Thanks so much!



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