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Change font in my web site.



User: Dan N. 3 months ago
Hi,

I was wondering if there is a way to change the font to the entirely web site with one command. As it is now, you have to change the font by opening individual pages, which takes a lot of time. Is there a easier way to change the font ?

Cheers
User: EverWeb Support 3 months ago
Hi Dan,

Thank you for reaching us.

You can select multiple textboxes while holding Command button on your keyboard and then click Fonts icon and change the font.

It will change the font for each textbox that you've selected.

Alternatively, you can click Command+A to select all objects on the page and then click Fonts icon and change the fonts for all textboxes on the page.

If you have any questions, please feel free to create a support ticket with us.

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User: Dan N. 3 months ago
Quote: EverWeb Support - 26/08/2021 8:37:56
Hi Dan,

Thank you for reaching us.

You can select multiple textboxes while holding Command button on your keyboard and then click Fonts icon and change the font.

It will change the font for each textbox that you've selected.

Alternatively, you can click Command+A to select all objects on the page and then click Fonts icon and change the fonts for all textboxes on the page.

If you have any questions, please feel free to create a support ticket with us.


Hi,
thank you for your fast reply. I know how to change the font on a single page, but is there a way to change the font to the whole site ( like 50 pages ) simultaneously ?
User: wellnl 3 months ago
Hi Dan

There's no feature at the moment to do this globally... you can change the default font for new text boxes in the Format-> Default Styles...menu. However, this won't change what's already in your project. I guess you know this already though...

I think the only other thing to do is a feature request for a 'global style sheet' so that you can do this type of thing more easily in the future...


Simon


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