Change font after upgrade to Custom CSS

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  • #623566

    cherriemoore
    Member

    I purchased the Custom CSS upgrade. The Custom CSS upgrade says with it you can change fonts which is what I want to do. However, I can’t find an option to see/edit the CSS under Appearance, Themes or Settings.

    Thanks.

    The blog I need help with is sweetcherriepie.com.

    #623736

    airodyssey
    Member

    Hi. Do you not see Appearance > Edit CSS?

    More info here:
    http://en.support.wordpress.com/custom-css/

    #623738

    timethief
    Member

    @cherriemoore
    There is no Staff support for CSS editing. We have only 2 Volunteers who occasionally help with CSS editing, so we don’t recommend the purchase of the upgrade to those who do not already have a moderate knowledge of CSS editing and experience with it as they must be prepared to work on their own.

    Misty Look is a common theme and has been CSS edited by many. I typed “font CSS Misty Look site:en.forums.wordpress.com” into Google and here are the results > http://tinyurl.com/3wu3qpn I believe if you read those threads you may find what you need to proceed on your own. Best wishes with your editing. :)

    #623744

    cherriemoore
    Member

    Yes I see Appearance > Edit CSS link thanks. But I saw that before I purchased the upgrade.

    I think I work out the CSS to change the font colours. I guess the question is do I need to purchase the upgrade? Without it can I still go to Appearance > Edit CSS and add my own code?

    Thanks VERY much to you both!

    #623747

    timethief
    Member

    Let me be clear. CSS editing at wordpress.com is theme specific. Appearance > Edit CSS is a preview function that allows you to try before you buy. Without purchasing the CSS editing upgrade there will be no CSS changes evidenced on the blog to your visitors. It’s an annually renewable upgrade. http://en.support.wordpress.com/custom-css/

    #623748

    cherriemoore
    Member

    Got it! I’ve already purchased the upgrade so now I will work out the CSS needed to change the font style.

    Thanks you.

    #623751

    timethief
    Member

    You’re welcome. :)

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