Working with Fonts | BoldGrid
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With thousands of custom typography choices, the Post and Page Builder WordPress plugin gives you the ability to have complete granular control over font size, weight, decoration, color, and more.

Choosing a Font Family

  • By default, the text will use theme settings from the Customizer
  • If using a BoldGrid Theme, choosing the Theme Fonts will use the Main Text and Headings settings from the Customizer
  • Common Fonts are professionally selected fonts that look great on any website
  • System Fonts are fonts already installed on your computer
  • The Google Font library is included with hundreds of font options

Font Styles

  • Each font has it’s own Font Weights to choose from
  • Use Font Style to make your text italic or normal
  • Text Transform will change your text to Uppercase, Lowercase, and more without retyping the text
  • Text Decoration adds design touches like Overlines and Underlines
  • The current Color is shown, to change it click the Edit button
    • The Color Picker appears with the Theme Colors at the top
  • Set the Size anywhere from 6px to 200px
  • The Line Height and Letter Spacing can also be adjusted
  • Text Effect has 8 designs to choose from to make your text really stand out
  • Or a Text Shadow can be added

Congratulations! You now know how to work with fonts from the BoldGrid Post and Page Builder.




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5 thoughts on “Working with Fonts

    • Hi Matt-
      To find the text shadow option, look for the toggle switch at the very bottom of the fonts controls. Toggle for the Text Shadow option
      Once you turn the toggle switch on, you’ll see the text shadow controls appear.

  1. I got the message:
    “Paste is now in plain text mode. Contents will now be pasted as plain text until you toggle this option off. If you’re looking to paste rich content from Microsoft Word, try turning this option off. The editor will clean up text pasted from Word automatically.”
    I’m trying to find where and how to toggle that. It isn’t obvious.

    • Hello John,
      You’re right that the option to switch between plain-text paste and rich-text paste isn’t super obvious. It’s the icon that looks like a clipboard with the letter “T” on it. Check this screenshot highlighting the option:
      Plain-text paste control

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