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You can use the ID of the specific page to only target the font you on that page. In this case, the ID of your gallery page is #collection-5d84d1d7b2a12958f2942c36

I don't know what font you want to use or which text you want to change - body font or title fonts, or both... I'm just assuming you needed to change h1. 

#collection-5d84d1d7b2a12958f2942c36 h1 {
	font-family: acumin-pro-extra-condensed; /*change to the font you want to use*/
}

 

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12 minutes ago, Ghady said:

All right that's great! Thanks!

But I also want to edit the titles under the images too. 

Can I do that? How?

Sure!

#collection-5d84d1d7b2a12958f2942c36 .image-title p {
    font-family: acumin-pro-extra-condensed!important;
}

 

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12 minutes ago, Ghady said:

Thanks again for replying. However, this custom css isn't working! What shall I do?

Ok, try removing the previous code and add this one piece of code which should work for both your h1 and image titles. Let me know if it works now.

#collection-5d84d1d7b2a12958f2942c36{
	h1, .image-title p{
    	font-family: garamond!important;
  }
}

 

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8 minutes ago, lu.diehl said:

You can use the ID of the specific page to only target the font you on that page. In this case, the ID of your gallery page is #collection-5d84d1d7b2a12958f2942c36

I don't know what font you want to use or which text you want to change - body font or title fonts, or both... I'm just assuming you needed to change h1. 


#collection-5d84d1d7b2a12958f2942c36 h1 {
	font-family: acumin-pro-extra-condensed; /*change to the font you want to use*/
}

 

All right that's great! Thanks!

But I also want to edit the titles under the images too. 

Can I do that? How?

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17 minutes ago, lu.diehl said:

Sure!


#collection-5d84d1d7b2a12958f2942c36 .image-title p {
    font-family: acumin-pro-extra-condensed!important;
}

 

Thanks again for replying. However, this custom css isn't working! What shall I do?

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On 11/14/2019 at 5:46 PM, lu.diehl said:

Ok, try removing the previous code and add this one piece of code which should work for both your h1 and image titles. Let me know if it works now.


#collection-5d84d1d7b2a12958f2942c36{
	h1, .image-title p{
    	font-family: garamond!important;
  }
}

 

Thank you so much! It worked!

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