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I just downloaded Google Easy Font plugin in the hopes of adding even more fonts to my Full Width Pro theme. Within the plugin, I can setup a control for my theme. In so doing, I have to add CSS selectors. Being new to this aspect of WordPress, I have no idea what this is. Under the title, Add CSS Selectors, it says: “Type each CSS selector that you would like this font control to manage in the box below. Use the tab key to separate each selector.” The other, less desirable option, is to commit a Force Styles Override which, for all intensive purposes, kills my theme-native fonts. Any assistance with the selector inputs would be of great gratitude.
You can directly check at google.com/fonts for all the fonts available and then go to appearance>basic settings and select the fonts you like for the website.
All Google fonts are available with this theme.
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