with the bold text in the example below:

How to play with wordpress font … UPDATED!

changing default WordPress font

changing default WordPress font

As I promised to my previous post that I”ll tell show you about changing default WordPress font I”m gonna show you exact way to do it.It”ll work with the latest version 3.3.1.

In your Theme”s style sheet (style.css usually) you”ll find code like below or you can find “font-family:” with your browser search option.After finding out the code all you have to do is just change the font As you can see, I”ve set more than one font in the font-family. If my OS doesn”t have Verdana, Arial will take best online pokies over. If Verdana and Arial both are missing, they have a chance to use Helvetica. If all else fails, the user”s system fonts takes over and uses the default font for sans-serif.

textarea {
    color: #093644;
    font-family: Verdana, Helvetica, Arial, Tahoma, sans-serif;
    font-size: 13px;

Above is my font settings.So Verdana will be my default font as I love Verdana & count it as the most popular professional font.So let me know if you face any problem.I don”t like to make my post big unnecessarily so ask me for further help or if you have any suggestion about this post then comment below.I”d love to hear it from you.


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