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Selected Font Does Not Appear on Preview & Embedded WebpageAsked by antoniooi on January 03, 2014 at 04:54 AM
I discovered that my preferred font (Helvetica) does not appear on both the preview and the webpage that I embedded on: http://www.malaysiatraining.net/p/contact-us.html
Please check. Thank you.
JotForm cache has been cleared. Browser cache has been cleared. Both no luck.
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I checked your form http://www.jotform.me/form/22682637041452 and found that there is an injected CSS codes on it that changes the font of the form
It seems the stated font type in the CSS is overriding your original font type.
Try removing the CSS that addresses the font type or just change it to Helvetica instead.
I think this should fix the issue.
Please inform us if issue persist.
No Jonathan, it works on Chrome, not working on Firefox. Check it again with your Chrome browser and compare it with your screenshot attachment on your earlier post:
When I viewed your form http://www.jotform.me/form/22682637041452 both in Chrome and Firefox browser, the fonts look the same and it uses the font type specified in the CSS codes.
So I cloned your form https://secure.jotform.me/form/40023332473442? and removed the CSS code of font type. I could now see the Helvetica font type on the cloned version of the form
Would it be OK if we just disable/remove the specified font type in the CSS code -- just the font type code. This is what I did in the cloned form.
The font type you had specified in the Preferences / Form Styles / Font Family was already Helvetica (which to my understanding was your preferred font)