Suffusion Theme gives you versatile control over the type setting on your site.
In this tutorial, we will look at the Typography settings and get a feel for how to customize the typesetting on your website.
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These settings have everything to do with how your fonts look on a page. To start, you can modify the body fonts. This is the text that makes up the main body of your website.
There are several options here. You can change font family and color. You can also modify link text and the affects that come with links on a page. Finally, you can set the font size for the main content here.
In the next section, you can modify the Typesetting for the titles of your pages and posts. There are a number of settings here that allow you to fully customize the look of your page and post titles which include font color, type, size and style.
The next section in typography deals with you header tags within a page. If you know HTML, you will recognize these as your H1, H2, and H3 tags. These are the subheadings with in the body of the text. These header tags can be customized to help break up a dull page of plain black text, or they can be matched with the color scheme of your website to add your own personal touch.
If you are using one of the custom layout settings on a page, you can change the style of the page title here. This will affect a page that uses a custom template. Remember those. When you create a page or post, you are given an option on the right hand side that is titled “page attributes.” One of the options here is titled “Template.” This is the setting for making a page or post a custom layout.
If you take comments on your website or blog, the typeset can be modified here. The Suffusion theme gives you full customization over the typography of both the comment Form title and the comment body.
The footer typeset can be modified here. This section is really pretty straight forward with regard to modifying the type set of the different portions of your site.
The last setting found under typography is the “Drop Caps” setting. With this setting, first letter of the selected content larger than the rest of the text. The rest of the text will then wrap around this slightly larger letter. This setting can be placed on the main body content, in excerpts, in the tile layout, in magazine tiles, and on static pages. This setting is site wide so if you apply it to, for instance, “excerpts”, it will show on all excerpts.