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CopperCauldronArt

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  1. SOLVED! I had posted this question on other locations too a while ago, and now in a facebook group a lady helped me put the thing in my header via code injection, instead of using the css window 🙂
  2. thank you for this advice! 🙂 just one question - how do I get the file path? The css editor has "add images or fonts" and I can add all kinds of font files but no css file or something 🤔 I mean, to use my fonts, I uploaded them, and when I clicked the uploaded font file a custom url appeared in my css window which I used sucessfully. But what file do I add to get the code in question to work? Sorry if I'm being stupid, I have zero css knowledge and am totally winging it here 😞
  3. I tried it - sadly there's still the error after adding the https
  4. Hi, it's still a test site but I've set 2020 as the password so you should be able to view it now 🙂
  5. Site URL: https://horse-potato-6mep.squarespace.com Hi, I purchased 2 webfont licenses from MyFonts and am in the process of referencing the kit to my trial page. I have installed the fonts sucessfully, but the line @import url("//hello.myfonts.net/count/3af108"); keeps giving error message "f.location is undefine" the @import line is responsible for the pageview count and I need to use it because my license is limited to a certain amount of views. The MyFonts support team says "Unfortunately, that sounds like an error specific to Squarespace (it is not a standard CSS error) so for assistance with that I'd contact Squarespace directly. Could anyone help me out here? I really need to install this correctly to comply with the license. Thank you in advance, Martha Schmidt
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