aratesic wrote:You can change that, but you'll have to pull up the theme editor, delete the @import functions, and write link tags instead. I did not find a plugin that does it for you, so it's manual work.
Of course, you risk breaking the theme, so if you are not confident about it, don't do it or make a back up before saving any changes.
jimcoe wrote:Also remember that when you next update the theme, typically all your theme edits will be overwritten. The way to avoid this, while still getting the benefits of updates, is to create a "Child Theme" of the theme and make your changes in that.
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