Kirill Zhokhov
asked 8 years ago

How to replace the font used to display the сyrillic title? 
I put in the CSS:
@ font-face {
     font-family: ‘appleberryregular’;
     src: url (/ wp-content/themes/dw-timeline/assets/fonts/appleberry_with_cyrillic-webfont.eot ‘);
     src: url (/ wp-content/themes/dw-timeline/assets/fonts/appleberry_with_cyrillic-webfont.eot? # iefix ‘) format (‘ embedded-opentype ‘),
          url (/ wp-content/themes/dw-timeline/assets/fonts/appleberry_with_cyrillic-webfont.woff ‘) format (‘ woff ‘),
          url (/ wp-content/themes/dw-timeline/assets/fonts/appleberry_with_cyrillic-webfont.ttf ‘) format (‘ truetype ‘),
          url(/wp-content/themes/dw-timeline/assets/fonts/appleberry_with_cyrillic-webfont.svg#appleberryregular’) format (‘svg’);
     font-weight: normal;
     font-style: normal;
}
And put in .banner .page-title: font-family:’appleberryregular’.
But it does not work

2 Answers
DominicStaff
answered 8 years ago

You can replace the following code:

.banner .page-title {
     font-family: appleberryregular;
}

With new code:

.banner .page-title {
     font-family: appleberryregular !important;
}

Regards,

Kirill Zhokhov
replied 8 years ago

thx for help!

Wilfred
answered 8 years ago

Hi Kirill,
To resolve this issue you can try this solution:
– Add the following code to style.css file in your theme

@font-face {
font-family: 'appleberryregular';
src: url('assets/fonts/appleberry_with_cyrillic-webfont.eot');
src: url('assets/fonts/appleberry_with_cyrillic-webfont.eot?#iefix') format('embedded-opentype'),
url('assets/fonts/appleberry_with_cyrillic-webfont.woff') format('woff'),
url('assets/fonts/appleberry_with_cyrillic-webfont.ttf') format('truetype'),
url('assets/fonts/appleberry_with_cyrillic-webfont.svg#appleberryregular') format('svg');
font-weight: normal;
font-style: normal;
}
.banner .page-title {
font-family: appleberryregular;
}

If the solution above does not work, can you kindly provide me your site URL and admin account (via private answer) for further checking?
Hope this helps!  

Kirill Zhokhov
replied 8 years ago
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