There are two ways to change the text style on your website:

  • Globally affects all texts of a particular style (e.g., all texts written in Heading 1)

  • Locally affects a particular text element

Change the text style globally

You can customize the text style of all text elements written in that particular style at once (e.g., all texts written in Heading 1).

If you make changes on the desktop mode, they will be applied to all text elements of a particular style in the desktop version. If you make changes on the mobile mode, they will be applied to all text elements of a particular style in the mobile version.

1. Within the editor, expand the Styles panel on the left, and open the Text tab. Choose the preferred pair of fonts from the suggested ones, or customize them by clicking on the Edit text styles button:

2. Choose Headings or Paragraphs and navigation depending on what you'd like to change:

Note that you can set two font families in the global text style settings:

  • One for headings

  • One for paragraphs and navigation links

You can use more fonts by editing the text style locally.

3. Customize the text style (weight, size, line height, underline, capitalization):

The changes will be applied to all texts of a particular style (e.g., all texts in Heading 1) across the whole website.

Change the text style locally

To change the style of a particular text element, click on it, select Edit text, and make the preferred changes. If you want to change the style of just some word/phrase within that text, select (highlight) it first:

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