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I am designing a page which will feature a massive amount of posts which I want to display as a grid (www.f4news.com)
I would like to ask your advice on CSS customization. I am using the Genesis Design Palette plugin to customize the look of the site yet it does not support google fonts. Is there any way to override Design Palette regarding the font? On top of that the best solution I have found for grid view of posts (Site Creator Ultimate) seems to not listen to the css I am setting in design palette- inside Site Creator there is an option of pointing to a css file but Design Palette does not really create a new css style sheet from what I read, and so that doesn't help.
And so my question comes down to this:
What would be the best way to use google fonts with design palette and to override the default style of Site Creator? Or maybe I should drop site creator, but the problem is that decent grid view of excerpts is very hard to find via plugin.
Unfortunately I am not a programmer, so sorry for the very basic level of this question 🙂
Thank you for your help
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