Font family does show in title but not in main text

  • oldeloohuis

    #6769

    I have specified a font, Museo Sans, in Google Webfonts and entered it as the font family to use in text. It does show in the titles of the postings and the widget, but it does not show as the font family of the main text. When I use the tag entry-content to specify the font, it does not work for this particular Museo Sans font. Using this tag is correct though, as it does work with a font like Verdana.

    .entry-content {font-family: Museo Sans; font-size: 14px;}

    Putting in () does not matter, for instance Trebuchet MS does show in that case.

    When I look at the code, I see that Webfonts loads Pontano+Sans first. However, trying to use pontano sans as a font family does not work either.

    What is going on, and what can I do to get the Museo Sans displayed?

    Mod

    Kenneth John Odle

    #35549

    Try:

    .entry-content {font-family: "Museo Sans"; font-size: 14px;}

    See this:

    http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_font.asp

    Prasanna SP

    #35550

    !important

    oldeloohuis

    #35551

    Thanks for the help. However, none of these options work

    Mod

    Kenneth John Odle

    #35552

    What code have you added to Google Webfonts option?

    Google Webfonts is telling me that “Museo Sans” is not available.

    oldeloohuis

    #35553

    I entered the following code in the webfonts box:

    ‘Museo+Sans::latin, latin-ext’

    Mod

    Kenneth John Odle

    #35554

    Yes, but that font is not available from Google webfonts. That is why it is not showing up. Graphene draws its webfonts from Google.

    oldeloohuis

    #35555

    Ok. Do know of a way to add this font to our site with a service similar to Google Webfonts?

    Prasanna SP

    #35556

    If you have the font handy, try this plugin – WordPress Font Uploader.

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