Font on site title

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  • #12077

    Yao
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    Hello, I use Education mind free on the site https://yaoinformatique.be/
    I want to use a special font for the title of the site,
    I used the additional css (i have rename the font without dash, it is normal),
    @font-face{
    font-family:’capture-it’;
    src:url(../capture-it/Captureit.ttf);
    }
    .site-title { font: italic normal 28px ‘capture-it’; }

    it works on the pages of the first and second level but not for a third level page. I’m using a relative link and I tried a full link but that does not solve the problem
    please compare https://yaoinformatique.be/ms-office/word with https://yaoinformatique.be/ms-office/word/courrier-publipostage title’s font are different. What’s wrong ? where is the solution ?
    thanks

    #12083

    Axle Support
    Moderator

    Hi Yao,

    Have you uploaded Captureit font to the theme folder? If yes, please let us know the path of the folder where you have uploaded it.

    #12102

    Yao
    Participant

    Hi,
    no, the path is indicated in my additional css code .
    do you see in my question src: url (../capture-it/Captureit.ttf);
    so the name folder is capture-it on the root of the site.
    It is a font from Google Font
    I don’t see where are the fonts in the theme only a folder named font-awesome
    a css statement is normally applied throughout the site. I do not understand why not on the 3rd level
    Thanks

    #12103

    Yao
    Participant

    resolved, I retried to put the absolute path instead of the relative path in the additional css and this time it was taken into account. that work

    #12105

    Axle Support
    Moderator

    Hi Yao,

    Happy to know you fixed the issue yourself. Have a nice time ahead.

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