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How hard would it be to put the Digital Pro typography on Infinity Pro? I mean, I know what code to edit to change the fonts... but what I'm more concerned about is all the typography styling rules across screen sizes. That's what I've usually found to be a problem when doing this sort of thing.
One more thing... I know Infinity is newer.... but when it all comes down to it, which is really better? Infinity or Digital Pro?
Yes, I know I can manipulate it all I want, but out of the box, codewise and features. Which is better?
To change the fonts, exchange this line in the Infinity Pro functions.php:
wp_enqueue_style( 'infinity-fonts', '//fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Cormorant+Garamond:400,400i,700|Raleway:700', array(), CHILD_THEME_VERSION );
with this from Digital Pro:
wp_enqueue_style( 'google-fonts', '//fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Lora:400,400italic,700,700italic|Poppins:400,500,600,700', array(), CHILD_THEME_VERSION );
You would then search through style.css and change every instance of font-family to the new font names.
As for which theme is better? That's a very subjective topic. The core functionality for both themes is the Genesis Framework, so in that regard they're both the same.
Thanks Victor. I'll give it a shot. Buying Digital Pro now...
Actually, my last post was probably a little confusing. Let me clear that up. I decided to go with Digital Pro instead for several reasons. So no need to for me to change the fonts.
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