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How to change the fonts in joomla?

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Hi i have installed the Beyonf template from YOOTheme, how can i change the fonts of the titles and the colour and font of the text? Thanks
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Hi,

The color and family attributes of the font are defined through the CSS for the specific template. This can be changed either under the "Template manager" in your Joomla Admin section. There you select the Beyond theme, and click "Edit Css".

The second way to do it, is to edit the css file directly. This can be done through connecting to your joomla installation (ftp, ssh, sftp or similar). Then go to the root of your joomla installation, and into the folder "Templates", then locate beyond, go into that, and into "CSS". Edit the CSS file.

The Font family is set in a css tag called "body". Locate that and change. The color of the font can be defined in several places, depending on which section of your site you want to change.

If you include a link to your joomla site and specify where the color should be changed, I can give some further pointers on what to change.
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