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    I am working on updating webpages for charity I am working for, everything was fine until my colleague updated the template while I was on leave and now I have different fonts used on different pages. I looked through the css stylesheet and amended that but still not luck. This is how the menu should look like and this is how it looks like on some pages
    Can someone tell me what am I doing wrong? I am new to css so this might be something small…

    Thank you for any help with this!



    I think the problem is around the .genesis-nav-menu { /* font-family: ‘Oswald’, sans-serif; */}

    If you remove the font-family from your homepage, it will be equal the “privacy” menu.
    Maybe you have a miss css somewhere.

    Yup, I have found your issue, You have missing the fonts from your head:

    Add this to your privacy page: link rel=”stylesheet” type=”text/css” href=”//” />

    put < before link, I cannot add the total code :(

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