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Posts posted by avsmithy

  1. Your font-face code will probably work, but use this instead (Font Squirrel syntax):

    @font-face {
       font-family: 'SegoeUILight';
       src: url('http://static.squarespace.com/static/50abaaf7e4b09a617638422b/t/50d21b81e4b08b028a4868cf/1355946881950/segoe-ui-light.eot?#iefix') format('embedded-opentype'), 
            url('http://static.squarespace.com/static/50abaaf7e4b09a617638422b/t/50d21b86e4b05f4ba8bed41f/1355946886233/segoe-ui-light.ttf')  format('truetype'),

    Next, you'll need to specify the use of the font across your site e.g.

    html {font-family: 'SegoeUILight', Arial, sans-serif; font-weight: normal;}

    That should blanket your site with Segoe. If you want to only use it on certain parts, use

    p, div {font..}


  2. Use:

    { background: black; }


    { background: #000000; }

    These all mean the same thing. The # symbol is a reference to hex notation for colours, so putting #black is gibberish to a computer. There are also others ways to choose colours such as rgb, rgba and hsla (the last 2 include alpha/transparency), but hex is the standard (and what i'd advise unless you need alpha).

    Also, make sure the CSS selector is correct, you need to a # in front of collectionId, remove the space just after body and remove the "Id" from collectionId:

    body#collection-506c8e08e4b04376cb19938d {...}

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