If you’re looking at a CMS collection and one of its fields is a Rich Text element, how do you change the text font in it? If I highlight the text a little dialog pops up that lets me change the font size, create a link, or make it H1, H2, H3, H4, etc. but no choice to change the font itself.
Separately, on a Collections page, I dragged a Rich Text element onto the page, referenced the CMS collection in question, and went into the settings tab. I looked for “get font from [Collection]” but didn’t see something like it. Just “Get text/background/border color from…” etc.
Here is my site Read-Only: LINK
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Hi @troyANFT, here is a good article that shows how to style the Rich Text Block: https://university.webflow.com/article/rich-text
Normally you would style the Rich Text block and the content you bind will take on those font styles given in the Rich Text block (or other bound element that has a font style).
If you would like to help share the read-only link to the site and let us know what page the Rich Text block is on we can take a further look: https://university.webflow.com/article/how-do-i-share-my-sites-read-only-link
I hope this helps
Thanks very much for the thorough response. Here is my read-only link:
Please navigate to the CMS collections page “Events Template.” To put it simply, I’m trying to style these fonts, and struggling to do so.
Great question, and hopefully I can help.
I have gone ahead and created a short screencapture that walks-through how to edit the style of your Rich Text element for CMS collections: https://cl.ly/3k0V0f273C0p
As Cyberdave mentioned, you would style the Rich Text block and the content you bind will take on those font styles given in the Rich Text block (or other bound element that has a font style).
Hopefully this was helpful
Mistercreate, this is incredibly helpful. Thank you so much for taking the time to make this video. I really appreciate it
Excellent walk through how to solve this. Thanks!
Absolutely amazing. It solved my issue.