It’s included as another FREE bonus when you purchase Catalyst Theme through this site (and of course, if you’ve already done so previously, you get access to it automatically too).
What’s in the Catalyst Theme FONTS Guide?
Catalyst Theme provides some great features and functionality for font management on your site, making it easy to style any text based element with just the right look and feel.
The Cheat Sheet Fonts Guide details this functionality, explaining how to use it and implement it in easy to follow, step-by-step, fully illustrated detail.
Styling Fonts in Catalyst Theme
For example, Catalyst allows you to easily choose the font type, size and colour for any individual text element such as the Header, Tagline, Page and Post Headings, Navigation menus, Sidebar Headings, main Body Content, Sidebar Content, Footer texts etc.
The guide also shows how to use the Universal Control option which makes it easy to change the settings for all (or most, or some) text elements in bulk by applying a single set of font styles to all text elements – apart from any elements specifically excluded and set to not follow its settings.
If you want to style the font for a particular element further – such as specifying Bold and Italic emphasis, or Left-Center-Right Alignment, character spacing and more, the guide also shows how to do this quickly and easily.
Styling Options for Fonts in Catalyst Theme
Fonts Included in Catalyst Theme
There are a set of standard ‘web-safe’ fonts to choose from in Catalyst (either for any individual element, or for all elements under Universal Control). These include standard favourites such as Arial, Georgia, Helvetica, Tahoma, Times New Roman, Verdana, and more.
The font type for any element is chosen using a simple drop down selection menu.
Additionally, the drop down selection also includes approximately 150 Google hosted web fonts which provide a great choice of alternatives if you are looking for something more individual for your site.
But there are also a further 400 or so more Google hosted fonts, and the Cheat Sheet Fonts guide shows where to find them, and add those you want to Catalyst so you can use them wherever you like.
Finally, the guide include a full list of each font type with example text and, in the case of Google Fonts, a link to its own description with further examples of it in use.
Example Texts for Each Font Type
This can be a great time saver that shows you all the fonts at a glance and is very handy if you want to quickly find a font to suit a particular purpose.
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