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I'm editing css stylesheet for my childtheme and after 150 lines of code another line of code stopped applying to the web site. When i put the same line of code on the top everything is ok.

Here is a link to the stylesheet that I'm working on:

#wr-promo-title h1 {font-family: 'lora' !important;}  - first line should be on the bottom

What I do wrong?

  • This is a general CSS question, not a WordPress question – Tom J Nowell Apr 5 '15 at 19:38
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It seems to me that you've not declared 'lora' in your stylesheet...all I can see is lorabold, lorabold_italic, loraitalic, loraregular. So I imagine that the css is being interpreted as

font-family: !important;

and although I'm not 100% I'm pretty sure this is what's causing your problem. Try changing

#wr-promo-title h1 {font-family: 'lora' !important;} 

to

#wr-promo-title h1 {font-family: 'loraregular' !important;} 

it's also a good idea to add some fall back incase there is an issue with the font you want to use like

font-family: "loraregular" , Verdana, Helvetica, Sans-Serif !important;
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  • I have got 'lora' property from the css file generated by Fontsquirell so it must be working. It is not first time when i make css and another line of the css code stop applying to the html. When it does i am always going to the top and start making new styles from there. I am confused :/ – Mac.s. Apr 5 '15 at 19:46
  • Have you tried the answer I gave you? Open the css link you added and hit CTRL + F, now search for 'lora' (without quotes) and tell me where it is declared as a @font-face – mrmadhat Apr 6 '15 at 8:56

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