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    having bought into the wordpress.org system we have purchased and installed Dynamix as the template and have been modifying it.

    We also decided on the Objectiv Mk1 font. From the inststructions the woff file was put in a folder on the site and the following code placed into the style.css file

    @font-face {
    font-family:”Objektiv Mk1″;
    src: url(“http://www.oneteamworking.com/fonts/ObjektivMk1_W_Lt.woff”) format(‘woff’)

    But the site is still using the Theme configured font of Helvetica Neue.

    Another forum said to use the additional.css

    it appears not to be active. Certainly the font doesn’t appear in the drop down list of fonts to pick under the Active Theme->Font Settings

    Is it possible to use a bespoke font?


    Hi @1tw

    Fonts added via CSS will not appear on the Theme’s font’s list.

    You will need to use CSS to manually apply the font to where you want it.

    For example if you want to apply it to the body, you will use

    font-family: "Objektiv Mk1" !important;

    You will paste this CSS into Theme Options > Customize > Custom CSS


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