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Change WordPress 3.2 Editor Font

With the launch of WordPress 3.2 a new monospace was introduced for the editor. Not everyone likes monospaced fonts though. Justin Tadlock explains how to change the editor font, via a simple addition to your theme’s functions.php.

After applying Justin’s tip, your editor will look like this:

Change Font WordPress 3.2 Editor

WordPress 3.2 editor with different font

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  2. Anonymous says: 8/21/2011

    Thanks. It’s my current issue on WordPress 3.2 

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  4. Susan says: 3/26/2012

    I don’t use WP for font editing at all. I find it tiresome to work on the fonts in WP and them make changes to the theme in an outside editor. Things might not go so well together afterall. I make the changes to the text using an online theme generator, called Lubith. It has a powerful typography tool, you can make changes to any element that contains text and you don’t have any compatibility issues.

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