Different first header fonts and colours for each page's banner - doesn't work! - advice needed

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Hello, I'm using the danube template and trying to design different banners for each page.

1. I also have a bilingual Hebrew/English website which is a further complication. 

Making a different banner for each page works fine, but it means I also have to change the font size, colour and position to fit in with the different banner images. As you can see here: http://www.tomersfountain.net/english.php the banner and header on my new English page comes out nicely, but if you move to my Hebrew homepage, you'll see that the result in the header is very poor.  

Now I DID change the individual font colour definition for that header, BUT the style-designer font definition for the first header overrides it.

Is there any way around that?

2. Another related question is how can I manage to design the Hebrew titles with a font different than the English one. In the style design there is only a possibility to set a single font choice, not language-specific. Even if I could upload my own truetype font here, I don't see how I'll be able to set two different fonts for English and Hebrew, as the main choice seems to override any individual changes I make on any specific page-banner. 

Any great advice?

thanking in anticipation...
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TomerR

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Posted 4 years ago

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TomerR

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well I solved it by uploading banner images ready-made with the page-name on it (as one layer) - my dear brother's idea!
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That's definitely the way to go TomerR, glad you got it looking the way you wanted!