This is possible but it would take a lot of coding if you want to use the built-in fonts that the theme use. Currently, the theme only loads the font-faces that you choose from the Theme Options panel. Because loading all of them at the same time will make your site very slow to load pages. But you can use Google Fonts and this is how you do it:

a. Pick a font on the Google Web Fonts library. Let’s say I want to use “Oregano” font on my slide captions. Add this “import” code of the font in the “style.css” file on the line before “(1.1) Base 960 Grid – 16 columns” (this should be located somewhere in line 42) :

@import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Oregano);

b. And then add this code to modify the font on your captions. As stated earlier, the captions are h2 and h3 heading tags. So you can target each or both of them: – Targeting Both:

.ei-title h2, .ei-title h3 {
   font-family:  'Oregano';
   text-transform: none;
}

– Targeting either h2 or h3:

.ei-title h2 {
   font-family:  'Oregano';
}

.ei-title h3 {
   font-family:  'Oregano';
   text-transform: none;
}
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