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  1. Hi guys, I followed this excellent post which helped me use custom fonts on my site - Adding Custom Fonts. However the post doesn't appear to explain how to assign a particular weight to a given style. So I guess I'd be looking for something like H2 { font-family: 'Gotham'!important ; font-weight: 'medium'!important ; } however the above doesn't seem to do anything. Even better than this would be the ability to assign my custom font weights to Squarespace's numbered font weight system e.g. 100 = thin 300 = x-light 400 = light 50
  2. I am working to setup real-time carrier shipping for my products, but I'm not completely clear on what weight and dimensions I should be using. 'Shipping Weight' and 'Packing Dimensions' are specified, but the descriptions of each aren't clear. I am using USPS Priority Mail shipping. Should I: Use the weight and dimensions of my actual product not including the packing materials or box? Use the weight and dimensions of my product including the packing materials and box? Do something else? Thanks in advance for any expertise you can lend.
  3. Hello! I have a shipping by weight problem. I originally had shipping set to standard 1st class Royal Mail, small parcel (up to 1kg). However, A recent customer order went over the weight limit so, I had to cover the additional cost. I've now changed to ship by weight but, the shipping on the first order since changing has been over charged. The product ordered weighs 350 gm and the customer ordered 2 so, that should be a total weight of 700 gms and be within the limit for my 'up to 1kg' shipping option. However, the customer has been charged at the next level up. I can't work out why th
  4. I would like to change the thickness (weight?) of the Horizontal Line in Line Block. Anyone have any idea what code i would need? Any help would be greatly appreciated! Cheers
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