It must be an issue with the font file you used. I wasn’t able to see it as it’s supposed to look in your live preview.
If there was an issue, shouldn’t I see it differently as well when I uploaded it? This makes no sense - see the bottom of the screen "algerian - 400 normal - shows the preview like normal.
So confused O__o halp @staff
Something is seriously wrong - I uploaded a 2nd time “Algerian2” which SHOWS as correct algerian when uploaded - now, even for me, it shows up as the incorrect bottom-left text in the screenshot in designer:
NO idea what’s going on… if it shows correctly in Webflow when uploaded, why would it be different here?
Even the fallbacks don’t work!
Hi @Dylan_Hunt, I am sorry that this font issue is still occurring, I am here to help.
I took a look at the published site and it seems that there is the ttf version of the font, but the .eot, .woff and .otf versions of the font are missing. I would also upload those font versions, enable them, and then republish the site.
If the issue persists, could you provided detailed information about the browser that is being used? A good way to get this info is from http://whatsmybrowser.org, I can work to reproduce the issue with the same environment.
Thanks in advance.
Thanks I’ll try this, but I thought fonts will only allow me to upload 1 font file per font? Should I just upload them 1 at a time and name it all the same?
Make sure to upload all file types of your custom font. TTF, OTF, EOT and WOFF.
Hi @Dylan_Hunt, probably the easiest thing to do, is to first remove the custom font that is there now, and then generate a set of webfonts from the original ttf at fontsquirrel https://www.fontsquirrel.com/tools/webfont-generator
This generator will create a download with a folder with the webfont versions all together. Upload those to Webflow, check the font on the class in the designer is set, and republish.
I hope this helps, let me know if any issue
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