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How to change fonts and colors

Fonts

Step 1: Go to pages, select a page and click on ‘Edit with Elementor’

(Screenshot 1: YSOB pages overview with ‘Edit with Elementor’ button)

Step 2: Modify Global Fonts and Colors

  • In the Elementor editor, click the hamburger icon (three horizontal lines) in the top left corner to open the settings panel.
(Screenshot 2: Elementor editor with hamburger icon)

  • In the settings panel, click on ‘Site Settings’ at the bottom.
(Screenshot 3: Elementor settings panel with ‘Site Settings’ option)

  • To change global fonts, click on ‘Typography’ in the Site Settings panel.
(Screenshot 4: Site Settings panel with ‘Typography’ option)

  • Click the pencil icon next to each typography option (e.g., Primary, Secondary, Text, Accent) to modify the font family, size, weight, and other settings.
(Screenshot 5: Site Settings panel with ‘Typography’ options and pencil icon)

Colors

  • To modify global colors, click on ‘Colors’ in the Site Settings panel.
(Screenshot 6: Site Settings panel with ‘Colors’ option)

  • Click the pencil icon next to each color option (e.g., Primary, Secondary, Text, Accent) to change the color.
(Screenshot 7: Site Settings panel with ‘Colors’ options and pencil icon)

Step 3: Customize Specific Element Fonts and Colors

  • Select the specific element in the Elementor editor that you want to modify.
(Screenshot 8: Elementor editor with selected element)

  • In the editing panel, navigate to the ‘Style’ tab.
(Screenshot 9: Elementor editing panel with ‘Style’ tab)

  • Under the ‘Style’ tab, you can change the font and color for that specific element.
(Screenshot 10: Elementor editing panel with ‘Style’ tab options)

  • Click ‘Update’ at the bottom of the editing panel to save your changes.
(Screenshot 11: Elementor editing panel with ‘Update’ button)

Congratulations! You have successfully changed the fonts and colors in Elementor for your YSOB site. By modifying global fonts and colors, you can ensure consistency across your site, while customizing specific element fonts and colors allows for more tailored design.