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  1. ddonuts

    Font-family

    Hello, I am customizing a form using a Wordpress plugin. In order to get the settings I prefer, I need to add my own custom HTML. The form does not support CSS. I want something that looks like this: <h1 style="color:#0EAD69; font-family:Montserrat; text-align:center;"> Join Our Newsletter </h1> Unfortunately, it isn't working when I enter the code in the appropriate spot. Am I doing something wrong? Thanks.
  2. Hi there, I'm not sure if I am missing something obvious here. I am using Hind Guntur font in a website https://fonts.google.com/specimen/Hind+Guntur however the spacing between words disappears in the browser. Why is this? I noticed this also happened with the ttf when using it in photoshop.
  3. Greetings, I'm having a couple of problems with my published site. I'd also like to say that I'm a complete newbie in HTML, CSS etc. Fonts won't show MP4 videos won't play The font I'm using is GFSBodoniClassic-regular. It was originally .otf and then I converted it to .woff. The particular font only works with Greek. This is how the page should look(when I'm testing the site in my PC, it looks right). This is how it looks on cpanel hostinger(what I'm using to publish it) The pages are all encoded in UTF-8. This is the code I'm using: @font-face { font-family: bodoni; src
  4. Hello, I have so many image icon lists. I want to convert all image icons to font icon for my website.I did not want to use “fortawesome or other type of fonts”.I want to my own. Is this any way for that type of process? Please help… Thanks
  5. From some of my webpages (in php) I've created html-files for the printer, so leaving the navigation column and some other elements out.It works fine so far, but I want the user give the opportunity to scale the font size from within the document (because dummies can surely not find the browser's menu option). For that reason my font sizes are given in em instead of px, in order to accomodate IE8 and lower. Often you see a number of different sized A-characters in a document as links to larger/smaller font sizes. Unfort. I cannot figure out what's behind those links. Is it CSS or javascript pe
  6. Hi-I modified the example here: http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css3_pr_font-face_rule.aspand it now resides here:http://home.pipeline.com/~datapool/EuroStyleFont-Test2.htmlBut the Eurostile font is NOT displayed by Firefox (8.0, 3.6.24 etc.).Instead I get Times-Roman whatever.Any ideas? Thanks for the help,BillPS, I will get to the MS EOT-format issue after I solve this.
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