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Your font scheme determines the font types, sizes and colors of the different areas of your site including your major headings, minor headings, the body text and more.


You can see what font you are currently using either by double-clicking the text box to open the Text Editor Toolbar, or in the Design section of your site.


To change your font scheme: From the left side of the Editor, click the Design icon > click Fonts > select from the existing font schemes or click Customize Fonts to create your own. 


Note: We have compiled a list of fonts which encourage you to use for a better site performance and a smoother display as your page initially loads. To view the list, click here.

For more information about customizing your font scheme, click here.


Note: It is currently not possible to upload your own font. You can vote for this feature here. In addition, we encourage you to check out the Texty App from the Wix App Market.

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  • babsieijmuiden

    Replied by babsieijmuiden August 13, 2014


    question. Can i use an particular font in my lay out when its not there? I downloaden Agency FB and used it for flyers etc. I would like to use it on the website but its not in the editor. Is it possible to use an different font?

    thanks in advance


    • ariadned

      Replied by ariadned August 13, 2014

      Hi babs,

      Thanks for contacting Wix Support!

      Currently, it is not possible to upload your own fonts to the Wix Editor. We do understand the importance of this feature and we hope that we will be able to offer this option in the future. 


      Note: In the meantime, you can upload the text, created with your own font, as a JPG image or HTML code.

      Note: You are also welcome to check out the Texty app from the Wix App Market which will help you spice up your site with a wide variety of fonts and styles.

      For general information about adding apps from the Wix App Market, click here.

      To read about our feature updates, please click here.

      If you have any further questions please let us know.

      Kind regards,

      Ariadne - Wix Team
  • beverlyhelayneevenso

    Replied by beverlyhelayneevenso May 19, 2014

    changing text font,

    can I do a "select all" and change the text font  on entire site?

    leaving the various sizes the same?

    • Kosta Wix Team

      Replied by Kosta May 19, 2014



      Your font scheme determines the font types, font sizes and font colors of the different areas of your site including your major headings, minor headings, body text and much more.


      I have merged your question with the relevant thread, please refer to the best reply on the top of this page.


      Let us know if you need any further assistance. 

      Kosta, Customer Solutions.
  • kennellovelings

    Replied by kennellovelings May 8, 2014

    which font name is used in the picture decription when I'm adding a gallery

    • Niv Wix Team

      Replied by Niv May 8, 2014


      If you are referring to the grid gallery on your "GALLERI" page, then you can change and view the font scheme selected by clicking on the gallery-->settings (you can also directly click on change style)-->change style-->edit style (or personalize this gallery) and you will be able to see the font scheme selected. Shown in the screenshot below:

      If you have any further questions, please let us know.


      Kind regards, 

      Niv, Wix Support
  • markzuiderveld

    Replied by markzuiderveld April 18, 2014

    Can I download a font from Wix to match that in a non-linear editor? If I want "Soho Condensed" from the Wix website, how can I also use this font in a video in Adobe Premiere Pro?

    • Ella Wix Team

      Replied by Ella April 18, 2014


      Please note that all the fonts used on Wix are free to download around the net. Unfortunately, you cannot download them directly through Wix.

      Feel free to search the web for free fonts downloading sites offering Soho Condensed, such as this one.


  • ybody4u

    Replied by ybody4u March 13, 2014

    I just want to make sure - I can use the wix fonts freely ? they are not protected with copyrights?


    • ilan-t

      Replied by ilan-t March 13, 2014



      Yes, you can use any of the Wix fonts on your Wix site without anything to worry about.


      Best regards

  • gcmctech

    Replied by gcmctech March 3, 2014

    More customizable styles

    I am wanting to create more styles for my webpage. I am not, repeat am not wanting to create new fonts. I am wanting to create new styles for text, as in size, font style, bold, italicize, etc.

    • Tal Wix Team

      Replied by Tal March 4, 2014



      I've merged your site with the related thread.

      You can find full explanation and information on the best reply at the top of this page.


      Please let us know whether you need any further assistance.

      Tal, Wix Team
  • yantram3drendering

    Replied by yantram3drendering February 20, 2014

    Nice Post..

    Yantram Architectural Animation Studio

  • adamkrivanek

    Replied by adamkrivanek February 4, 2014

    Hi, is it possible to add my own text fonts? 

    • gills2

      Replied by gills2 February 4, 2014

      Hey  adamkrivanek,


      At this stage we have no way of offering this possibility- You can upload the text with your own font via JPG or HTML code for example. 

      We have recently added 30 new fonts!

      Please note that more fonts are available via the Texty App.
      Click here for general instructions about how to add an app from the Wix App Market.

      You can keep up to date with what features are Coming Soon here .



      Gill, Wix Team
  • columbusbobby23

    Replied by columbusbobby23 February 3, 2014

    Changing Default Color Of Text

    How do I change the default color of text on the website. It's very annoying to have to change the color of every peice of text so it doesn't blend in with the background.


    Thanks in advance

  • godardschnittke

    Replied by godardschnittke January 24, 2014

    Hi there,


    Whenever I double click a text box to edit the the text (even adding a link to text etc), the moment the cursor appears all formatting is automatically removed and supplanted by the generic "Design" font for "Body M" or whatever font scheme was used when the page was first built.  In fact, I don't think this ever happened until November/December and I've not been able to effectively edit my page since.  Is there a way to turn this off?  This unwanted feature has been the cause of quite a lot of frustration and wasted time.


    Please Help!!



    • godardschnittke

      Replied by godardschnittke January 24, 2014

      I'm also having problems with text automatically re-sizing itself anytime I double click a box and the cursor appears. This sometimes causes an awful chain reaction of other objects re-sizing or moving and before I know it, I just have to close the editor and leave the page alone without making the changes my site needs. 

    • Yotam Wix Team

      Replied by Yotam January 25, 2014


      Thank you for contacting Wix support.

      I'm sorry to hear you are experiencing difficulties.


      Has this text has been copied to a Wix text box from another source?

      Please make sure that when copying text to Wix you first need to paste the text in a notepad document and then copy again and paste to Wix to avoid formatting conflicts.


      If this is not the case, please notify us immediately.


      Yotam Wix Team
    • godardschnittke

      Replied by godardschnittke January 25, 2014



      Thanks for the advice! Unfortunately, I know for certain that most of the text experiencing problems could not be explained by cutting and pasting text from another source.  For example, my name appears in the header of site and this was reverse engineered directly from the text box in the template - this is one of the text boxes experiencing problems.  I really liked the spacing of the text and the color scheme from the template, but had altered the font and size of the template text to meet the formatting needs of the characters in my name.  Most of the other text on my pages I generated on the fly by typing directly into the WIX editor.  I'll continue to think about the origins of my other text, some of which was definitely a copy and paste job. Moving forward, I will definitely follow the process you delineated and use the intermediary of the text pad when I copy and paste. However, this solution does not explain the phenomenon as it occurs in all cases. As I try and edit the page, I tried to create a new text box exactly similar in size, font, and style to the text which is auto reformatting itself and I cannot generate a font which is exactly the same size as my current display (I'm referring to my name in the header which was created directly in the editor).  If you have any other ideas or solutions please let me know.

    • Hudson Wix Team

      Replied by Hudson January 26, 2014


      Please provide us with a screen shot of the problem. For instructions on how to take a screenshot, please use this link.

      To upload the screenshot, simply click on the "Upload" button and follow the steps.

      While browsing on the web, your computer and browser stores various information. This build up of information can sometimes cause conflict.

      Please clear your browser's cache. You can find step by step instructions here.

      Also can you please try using another browser to see if this is browser related.

    • godardschnittke

      Replied by godardschnittke January 27, 2014

      Here is a screenshot of chrome (I opened the editing box on both my name in the upper left corner and my welcome header in the middle of the page and the text formatting was automatically reset):

      Based on your advice, I tried firefox instead of Chrome and recall that I began building this site in firefox but switched to chrome later on because firefox's rendering in the editing environment was bulky and slow on my machine. Having edited some portions of the site in Chrome and some in Firefox might be confusing the editor. Let me know if you think this is a possibility, and whether or not there's a simple solution to this issue.  When using Firefox, I found that the text does not automatically reformat, but the text box arbitrarily changes size when double clicking a text box and this alters the positioning of other elements on the page. Here's a photo:

      The text shown is not the only text which arbitrarily expands the borders of its text box when I double click to edit the text and a chain reaction of moved elements occurs. After this, I have to meticulously resize elements and adjust carefully measured spacing between elements anytime I want to link text or change a word.  I tried clearing the cache of both browsers, but it did not influence the problem at all. What do you think now that you have more information?


      Thanks for all your help,



    • godardschnittke

      Replied by godardschnittke January 27, 2014

      Also, In a different forum about site loading and performance a Wix rep stated about my site "The best solution would be to use browser text and not simple text."  Could you elaborate on this idea, I'm not sure what this comment means or how I would implement it. 


      Thanks again,


    • Hudson Wix Team

      Replied by Hudson January 28, 2014

      Hi Eric


      Sorry to see that you are still having this issue, as you can see that I have not been able to recreate the issue,



      Please try to use a different computer, or uninstall the browsers and then re install them.,

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