By John Langan, Business Insider / 1 October 2018 15:11:25The first thing you’ll notice about your site is that it’s loading very slowly.
If you have to refresh the page frequently, it will take a few seconds.
That’s a common problem for large sites with a lot of users, so it’s easy to fix.
The first thing to try is changing the font size.
You can do this with the “Optimize” menu, or you can use a tool like Google Fonts to tweak the font’s size.
If it looks like this, you’re not done yet.
There are several options to try.
The “Small” option is best, but you can also change the width of the font to make it less noticeable.
If that’s not an option, the “Medium” option should work too.
This is a very basic solution, but it will make your website load faster and less janky.
But what if you want to make the font bigger?
You can use the “Big” option, but this option takes a little more effort.
You’ll need to do some tweaking to get the font the size you want, and the font will look different depending on the browser.
Here’s how to make your site load faster.
Make sure your font is big enough If your site has many users, it’s best to make sure the font is at least 16px wide.
You don’t want it to be too big.
If your website has multiple pages with different fonts, try changing the width.
If this doesn’t work, you can try resizing the font in Chrome.
Or you can make your font bigger by using the “Custom” menu.
Set the font and color The second option is to change the font you’re using.
If the font looks like it’s going to take forever to load, try using a bigger font.
If a different font appears, that means it’s not loading fast enough.
If so, you might want to set the font width to something other than 16px.
If using a large font, make sure that it doesn’t show up when users scroll down your page.
It could take up the entire width of your page, and if that happens, your visitors won’t be able to see it.
For smaller fonts, it could look like the page is loading slowly.
That means you have less content to show.
It’s better to keep it as small as possible, and set the width to what you’d like.
Add a button This is the easiest option, because it’s so easy.
All you need to add is a button, with a text box to let visitors click it.
Try using the toolbar to make a new button, then add it.
If all else fails, you could add a link to your site on the back of the button.
Change the font The third option is making the font larger.
You could try changing font size using Google FontSafari, or a tool such as Fontspring.
Try doing the same thing with Google Font Pro, if it doesn://safari/fonts/font-profiles/ and if it’s the only font you have available.
Change font and colour Once you’ve fixed the font, try setting the font color to whatever you’d prefer.
If there’s nothing else you can do, you’ll want to add some links to your website to tell visitors that they’re visiting your site.
That way, your site can load more quickly.
If none of those options work, the best option is setting the fonts to something more unique.
You might have to set some extra options to make that happen.
For example, if you’re creating a new website, you don’t need to set a font for every page.
Instead, you should set a default font to the page you want your visitors to visit.
You won’t have to change anything else, but your visitors will see that page first.
If they’re happy with the font they see, they won’t want to see another one.
That makes it easy for them to change it again, and save themselves some time.
Fix the website again Once you’re satisfied with the fonts you’ve set, you need some extra tweaking to make them work better.
If things look OK now, try adjusting the size of the text box and font settings.
If everything seems to be working fine, you may want to change some of the links.
If not, you probably need to change one or two of the images.
The links might need to be changed to include links to the site itself, rather than to the pages it’s linking to. 7.
Test your site If everything works, it should load just fine.
If something doesn’t, you know it’s a bug.
If any of these options don’t work anymore, try re-adding the font or the links or re-