The theme option is a great way to ensure that there is a uniform look throughout the entire site, which I apprecaite.
However, there needs to be a way to change this for certain pages. I am currently trying to create a form field with the amazing splash layout in the back ground. However, as my theme calls for dark great font color, I can't see the form fields in front of the picture background.
In order to see the form titles and questions, I would need to change the font color of the paragraph to white...however, then the rest of my site has white letters, which are lost against the white background of every other page.
So while the uniformity is nice, there needs to be ways to make exceptions.
on 03-29-201610:27 AM - last edited on 03-30-201611:20 AM by Erin
Hello, trying one of the Powr App from the app center I saw the possibility to change the Font, not only the Powr standard. They have integrated the Google Fonts. You only have to type the Font you need. Fonts change a lot a website's look. It would be so much more simple instead of loading custom fonts and changing in code... PLEASE integrate Google Fonts in the Weebly Fonts choises by default.
on 12-02-201610:06 AM - last edited on 12-04-201609:08 AM by Adam
I just changed to a new "theme" which helps with readability on phones, but it insists that I use the same font for all text. When I asked the "help" person, she responded that they do that on purpose to give the theme consistency. But too much consistency can be boring.
Using different fonts for different types of information on a site can help the customer find what they're looking for. Changing size, bold, underline, etc. is already available for text. Please add the capability to change fonts in each text box and title, without changing it for the whole site. You have the ability to change fonts on this comment form so obviously someone has figured out how to do it. Please enable afont-changing feature in individual text boxesfor us on our websites.
on 11-30-201601:11 PM - last edited on 12-01-201610:10 AM by Adam
allow to change the color of the text for each element on each webpage, rather than forcing us to use one color globally for something like Form fields like "Name" Email" "Comment" as well as Paragraph Text.
When having different pages backed with different color backgrounds, some text disappears into the background but remain perfect for other pages. We should be allowed to customize the color for each page or section of a page and override the global font color.