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    Default Google Web Fonts

    On Google Web Fonts it says to "To embed Nova Round into your web page copy the following code as the first element in the <head> of your html document."

    I am assuming this goes in my stylesheet? I don't see <head> any where in that file.

    Am I in the right place?

    Thanks

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    Default Re: Google Web Fonts

    Might look at a copy for your template of

    html_header.php
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    Quote Originally Posted by kobra View Post
    Might look at a copy for your template of

    html_header.php
    Thanks! I added the code in there under the <head> part and uploaded it to the server but it hasn't changed any of the font. Am I missing something else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nolsowski View Post
    Thanks! I added the code in there under the <head> part and uploaded it to the server but it hasn't changed any of the font. Am I missing something else?
    did you make sure to add the necessary font in your stylesheet as shown in this example:

    h1 { font-family: 'Nova Round', arial, serif; }

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    Quote Originally Posted by clydejones View Post
    did you make sure to add the necessary font in your stylesheet as shown in this example:

    h1 { font-family: 'Nova Round', arial, serif; }
    That's what I forgot lol. Thanks a bunch! I just add that to wherever in the stylesheet that says font-family right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nolsowski View Post
    That's what I forgot lol. Thanks a bunch! I just add that to wherever in the stylesheet that says font-family right?
    Thats correct

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    Quote Originally Posted by clydejones View Post
    Thats correct
    Thank you! I got it now. :)

 

 

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