Using Cufon Font Replacement with K2

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8 years 4 months ago #1 by laurelle
Hi,

K2 uses different selectors in different places, so you are going to have to figure out what the selectors are and add them to the Cufon plugin.

Download Firebug for Firefox and it will help you easily figure out what selectors are being used.

Good luck.

Laurelle
Developer
Keashly.ca Consulting

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8 years 4 months ago #2 by misterchopsticks
Hi there,

I'm designing a site using a combination of Joomla Articles and K2 carticles. After installing and configuring the plugin, I have changed the componentheading and contentheading fonts. However, this change is not reflected in my K2 articles. I'm guessing it's just a font selector issue. Does anyone know what to enter in for the css font selectors for k2 articles? Thank you

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