The Thrive Themes team is constantly working on ways to improve our products. Both to make them more useful for you and to make them easier to use.
Today's update is one of my favorite improvements in a long time (maybe it's because I'm a font nerd, but I'll let you be the judge). Setting up and customizing fonts on your landing pages in Thrive Architect just got a whole lot easier and in today's video, I'll show you how it works.
In summary, there are two advantages to the new setup:
1) It's more visual. You can set up fonts for headings and text elements, even if those elements aren't on the page yet.
2) It follows the outside-in approach. As described in this post about how to make your content mobile friendly, it's best to work from the outside in. That is: define the general style rules first and then move on to more specific details.
We are looking to bring this simpler, more visual approach to other areas of Thrive Architect where font customization takes place. To help us do so, please leave a comment with your thoughts and suggestions below!
P.S.: with a recent update, you can now also load any custom fonts and apply them to your landing pages.