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Where inside the stylesheet do I go to change the thickness of the font on the entire site? I need to make the menu text heavier, as well as all the content on the site. I was able to change the specific text colors but not sure about the font as a whole on the site.
It depends on whether the element you want to change uses the default font settings or not, and whether or not a heavier version of the font is available and loaded on the site.
In Beautiful Pro, the menu font is controlled by the body font, line 139 in style.css.
It uses the Lato Google font that is loaded in functions.php. The theme loads font weights 300, 400, and 700.
The body CSS is set to font-weight: 300, which is the lightest of those available to you.
If you change the weight to 400 or 700, it will make the font heavier, but it will also change every font everywhere on your site that depends on the body defaults.
If you want to change the font weight for the menu only without impacting the rest of the site, add the font-weight directive to the .genesis-nav-menu .menu-item class at line 1009 in style.css.
Thank you Victor! This was exactly what I was looking for.
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