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FreakyStylie

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  1. Thanks @tuanphan for the solution! Here's what worked: Removed all the CSS above. Edited site footer and added the following in a code block: <link rel="preconnect" href="https://fonts.gstatic.com"> <link href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/css2?family=Barlow:wght@100&display=swap" rel="stylesheet"> 3. Went to Design>Custom CSS and added the following: p { font-family: 'Barlow', sans-serif; }
  2. Site URL: https://robin-khaki-7l6n.squarespace.com/test-styles-page I've been trying to add a Google font (that is not available on the list of available SquareSpace fonts) using the following CSS: @import url('https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Barlow:wght@100&display=swap'); @font-face {font-family: 'Barlow', sans-serif;} p {font-family:'Barlow'; font-weight: 100;} While I'm in the midst of editing the custom CSS, the fonts on the page display properly. However, after I save the CSS and navigate to a different page, all the fonts change to a random font (and not even a s
  3. A final update: dumped my cache for Chrome MacOS, and now things seem to be working!
  4. Update: I've discovered that this seems to be a browser issue, not something with the CSS. After banging my head on this for too long, I finally tested on other browsers (I wish I had done this hours ago). The problem seems to be isolated to Chrome on MacOS (I'm on version Version 89.0.4389.90). I've now successfully tested on the following (didn't check versions): Chrome Windows Microsoft Edge Safari Firefox (MacOS) Safari (iOS) Chrom (iOS)
  5. Site URL: https://hyperboloid-potato-aefg.squarespace.com/ I'm using a markdown block so I can create a border around content on my site. I've achieved the border by creating a custom CSS class .boxinfo Inside my markdown block, I created a div and put my content inside it. This worked well for creating the border, but I noticed that links just appear as regular text. So I added CSS for the links. The CSS for a:link works CSS for a:visited does not work most of the time I've noticed that sometime, the CSS for a:visited DOES work. In the screenshot below, it works for o
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