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    I have two questions:

    1 – How can I change the heading title to bold? I looked for it in “Heading Title Settings” -> “Font Options” but I didn’t find anything.

    2 – Is there a way to import new icons to the theme? I’m using the icon box, but I would need diferent icon options from the ones up there.



    Hi there,

    Thanks for writing in!

    Please find below the answer for your questions:

    1. To resolve this issue, please add the code below to your Dashboard > Appearances > Customize > Fonts & CSS > Custom CSS:

    .heading-title {
        font-weight: bold;

    2. In case you want to add your new icon fonts to the theme, please follow the steps here:

    – Add your icon font css file in roneous_load_scripts function in scrips.php file in themes/roneous/inc folder.

    – Then please open up the tlg_layouts.php file in wp-content/plugins/tlg_framework/includes/ folder, find the tlg_framework_get_icons function, and add your custom icon font CSS class in there. After that, you should see your new icon font in the icon list.

    Hope this helps,

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    Hi there,

    Thanks for your info!

    Actually, you’ll need a little of coding knowledge to add custom icons to the theme.

    Here is the steps:

    1. Add your css files and your “font” folder into the theme:

    2. Add the link to your css file so that your files can be loaded in the theme:

    3. Add your custom css name of your new icon fonts (in case yoou don’t know about the css name of your icon font, please ask the author or have a look at the author icon font site):

    Hope this helps,


    Hi Danny, thanks for the help.

    I have another question. How can I stop the animation option on the slider header? I would like to leave the title and content fixed when the slides change.


    Hi there,

    To resolve this issue, please open up the tlg_header_slider.php file, find the code below (around line 548) :

    esc_html__( 'Zoom In', 'tlg_framework' ) => 'zoom-in',

    … and change it into this:

    esc_html__( 'Zoom In', 'tlg_framework' ) 	=> 'zoom-in',
    esc_html__( 'None', 'tlg_framework' ) 		=> '',

    Then you can go to your Slider Header element, and set the “Animate” option (at bottom of the element) as “None”.

    Hope this helps,

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