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I got Genesis and started building off the Genesis Sample Child Theme with Beaver Builder thinking the sky would be the limit, but it seems I can't change my blog at all. I know I need to play with the PHP and/or CSS, but I can't find where that would be. Want to change the typeface of the titles and potentially the general post layout.
Also, just checking if this was a dumb idea: I found that as soon as you set the posts page in Settings > Reading, you can't adjust the layout or template of the page you set as posts page, meaning no sidebars, no nuthin'. So I made my posts page some arbitrary one that I don't use and set the template of my blog page to "Blog" and now I can widget it like any other page. It's working fine, all the posts are showing up, but it doesn't feel right that I have to do this with such a smart framework. Surely there is a cleaner way...?
Interesting to note:
I tried adding the following to .entry-title in the stylesheet and nothing happen.
Then I added it to a custom CSS plugin and it worked.
Anyone know why this happens?
font-family: 'Fjalla One', sans-serif;
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