Knowing how to manage the Theme’s Typography (font) Settings will have a huge impact on overall appearance of your site.

By default, each themes already includes the certain fonts settings that are imported when choosing a stylekit or importing our demo content.

However, you need to get more detailed and specific with the fonts used, you can access these settings by going to Flotheme – Typography.

The following article will give an overview of the Flothemes typography area in your WordPress backend. We also cover the options for Basic and Advanced fonts in more detail.

Fonts Overview

The following video gives a quick overview of the Como typography settings area in the Flothemes backend.

Theme Fonts

The fonts used as default with Como are custom. If you wish to use them for other areas than default they should be purchased separately.

Como Fonts

Basic Typography

The basic typography settings area is great when looking to change the look of your site quickly. Size settings and font weights may be different, however they will use the same type. The 3 options available here are used for multiple items in your site.

As you can see there are 3 font options:


  1. Menu Items, call to actions and meta data (General Menu)
  2. Post and Page Title fonts
  3. Main Body fonts (General Font)

Advanced Typography

The advanced typography settings area will allow you to have much more customization over your font options. In here we have categorized each font options and you’re able to further develop your sites font options. It is only recommended to use this area if you’re looking to heavily modify you themes look.

The sections include the general font areas, input areas (for contact form), blog and gallery settings, contact page settings, headings from h1-h5 (useful for on page content), Widget area fonts, and footer font options.

The basic font options should work for most users, as most branding kits will only come with 3 font variations.

You can view hints on where the font is used by clicking the gold icon on the right hand side: