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September 2, 2017 at 11:11 am #259702RamonaParticipant
This is a real long shot, but I saw an old post by Chris Burton (@ChrisBurton?) mentioning Hoefler & Co. webfonts.
I have a client who wants to use them on their wordpress website. I’m using Beaver Builder Theme, Themer, and plugin. I’ve finally gotten them to start displaying on the dev server, but they’re really wonky. cloud’s support isn’t so responsive, so I thought I’d reach out here in a last ditch effort.
I’ve attached a screenshot of how Tungsten Light is showing up. Thanks for any help, suggestions or points in the right direction to solve this. https://www.screencast.com/t/44DC1Rzw1aSeptember 3, 2017 at 12:19 pm #259724AnonymousInactive
It looks like certain characters are displayed in a different font. Two questions spring to mind:
September 4, 2017 at 10:59 am #259740RamonaParticipant
- Are they marked up differently in the HTML?
- Is there any possibility that you are using a font file that does not include every latin character?
I finally got it sorted out. What Hoefler & Co. does is place half the fonts in one file and the other half in another file. You have to display their declarations exactly as they prescribe. See below:
font-family: “Forza A”, “Forza B”;
I had the Forz A and Forza B separated into 2 different declarations.
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