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** General WordPress 5.0 / Gutenberg Issues **

If you have issues with the new Gutenberg / WordPress 5.0+ features please install the WordPress Classic Editor plugin for now:

** WARNING Thesis Framework and WordPress 5.0 **

There are known issues with the Thesis framework and WordPress 5.0 if you don't install the Classic Editor plugin above BEFORE upgrading to WordPress 5.0 you may get locked out of your site - this is not a Themedy issue.

** Thesis 2.6+ Issues **

There seems to be a bug with the site title and tagline showing after upgrading to 2.6. Try adding this to your Thesis Custom CSS to fix for now: #site_title, #site_tagline {display: none;}

If you are upgrading any site from Thesis 2.3 or lower, the 2.4 upgrade steps below still apply before you can upgrade ANY version of Thesis 2.3 and earlier to ANY version of Thesis 2.4 or higher.

** Thesis 2.4 or Higher Upgrade Steps **

As Thesis 2.4+ is a major update we recommend backing up your site before attempting this upgrade. After the upgrade you may have to run this Thesis fix if your site design looks "out of sorts":

IMPORTANT: When you run the Fix CSS box, check all 4 check-boxes / options it gives you before running.

If you are missing your header image still try these steps: (or download the new version of your skin from here and delete and reinstall it - backup first just in case)

Also make sure you watch this great video to fix script issues:

** Update **
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Style sheet confusion - custom font settings

sarahmayclarksonsarahmayclarkson Lifetime Member
Hi there,

Basic question, but I'm totally lost! Please can you tell me where I should be modifying the fonts for my site?

There seem to be 3 places to set the fonts using Thesis,

- Custom CSS

- Skin CSS (Typographical elements section)

- Patron Skin Design Options

I am looking to clean up the site and make sure I have all the style settings in one (correct) place, but I'm concerned that there's a bit of duplication and one is overriding another, etc.

As I'm using a Google font, I have put this into my Head Scripts in Thesis:

This seems to have worked but I can't get the style sheets uniform across the site. Some of the fonts are showing up as planned, i.e. in the navigation and footer are 'Oswald' but in the main section it's defaulting to something different.

Cheers for your help,



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