Use of different styles of the same font:
bold, light, italic, small caps etc.
I am really missing the light version of the Raleway font or Quicksand.
Would be very happy if you implemented this.
The New Text Styles Properties Panel allows you to customize typography with tools such as Text Indent, Letter Spacing, Line Height, Uppercase Paragraph Margins and more.
Select your fonts from an extensive list of 600+ NEW Google Web Fonts, and easily apply colors using the new enhanced Color Picker.
Marlena S. commented
I just started to use webydo yesterday and first of all I want to say thank you for that great tool!
I´m missing the option of different font styles a lot. You said in your post (from July 30, 2014) that your team is developing a solution and that it will be released shortly. Any news?
And when it comes to fonts I also have problems with the existing fonts f.e. Source Serif/Sans. There are some fonts in the list, which don´t work.
Anna - Webydo Support Manager commented
Editing all text properties is available in Webydo.
We have a selection of 600 fonts in the system and you can control the colour,size, leading and kerning, as well as the bold and italic functions- you have full editing capabilities.
What we are now developing is an option to determine styles corresponding with the H tags- and using them easily throughout the site.
This is already in development and will be released shortly.
Let us know if you need any additional help at firstname.lastname@example.org
pirnetopir netopir commented
Wow guys, using font styles this is one of the basic function what designer needs. Not "software" bold or italic.
I`m rly disappointed :/
Please implement this, restricted to one font style is designer nightmare :)
yes google fonts already counts with the different weights on the fonts like 200,400,600,900... it will be important to add this characteristics for the fonts in texts and navigation menus
Please do consider it. Varying weights massively help layout design. It's really frustrating that I cant use different weights of "Lato", especially as they are all Google fonts and easily linked to. Very restrictive and very annoying.