This tutorial explains re-invoking Elementor after WordPress overridden page defaults / custom font loading procedures.


1. (00:25) To see all of your pages, go to the "Pages" tab on the left in WordPress.

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2. (00:40) Hover over a page title and click "Quick Edit" to change things like the title, URL slug, status, etc.

3. (01:15) Right-click on "Edit" and open in a new tab. In the panel to the right, click "Page Attributes" and make sure the template is set to 'Elementor Full Width'. You can set a featured image in this panel too (what appears when you share the page URL on social media).

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4. (02:50) The first way to edit fonts is to click "Edit with Elementor". Select the text section and use the "Style" tab to change the typography.

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5. (07:50) The second way to change fonts is to go back to WordPress and on the right panel select: Appearance > Customize.

6. (08:26) On the right panel, select "Appearance Settings". This will allow you to change the default font.

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Tutorial screenshot

7. (09:45) The third way to change fonts is to override in "Additional CSS". You can use the following code:


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