Font Class and CSS?

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  • #5065

    Kassim

    I asked this question about two weeks ago and I still haven’t received an answer. In fact, it looks like it was deleted from this forum. I’m trying to find out how to use my custom font via CSS as it was uploaded using your plugin.

    I’m trying to use it via CSS for an email pop-up plugin and its asking for the font CSS and class. I’m trying to find out what would the code be for the class and CSS. ??????

    #5073

    Dinesh
    Keymaster

    Hi Kassim,

    Sorry about the previous thread. We had issue with our forum and had to reset few things.

    Regarding your issue, first you can define your class yourself.

    Using custom element box, create a class and assign font to it. You can name the class as .popupfont in custom element box and assign font to it.
    Then you can use same class for the required element in your popup box.

    Hope this helps

    Thanks

    #5077

    Kassim

    Do I need to put a # in front of it?

    #5078

    Kassim

    Also, where the popup asks for “CSS Class”, am I simply putting .popupfont or is there something else I should be putting there, like class=.popupfont ????

    #5081

    Dinesh
    Keymaster

    Hi Kassin,

    In CSS class field, you can just put popupfont. If you need to write it directly in element then you should go for class=”popupfont”.

    Thanks

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