How do I change all the fonts in the feast theme to the same custom Google Font.

The feast fonts makes use of two fonts. Firstly there’s the custom font that you select in the theme options and secondly there’s the additional font that some of the elements are set to.

This article will take a look at unifying all the fonts under the same.

1. Select the font that you want to use in the theme options as in the image below:

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You will find it in the theme options page and general tab 6th setting from the top.

2. In the header.php look for and delete the following around line 16:

<link href='http://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Droid+Sans:700&v2' rel='stylesheet' type='text/css'>

3. In the header.php around line 43 look for the following line:

 .widget_netlabs_fpnews_widget h4, .smallfont, #access a, .lightblock1, .menu-footer a, .announce, span.counter, .dateslip, a.prevlink, a.nxtlink, a.more-link, .nets_bookingformsub{font-family: 'Droid Sans', sans-serif;font-weight: bold;}

and change it to:

 .widget_netlabs_fpnews_widget h4, .smallfont, #access a, .lightblock1, .menu-footer a, .announce, span.counter, .dateslip, a.prevlink, a.nxtlink, a.more-link, .nets_bookingformsub{font-family: '<?php echo $familycode; ?>', arial, serif; font-weight: bold; }