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Avenue Template: changing Navigation Font

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.main-nav a {
   font-family: Your Font Name !important;
}

If it doesn't work, please share site url to check code.Reference: https://beaverhero.com/avenue-squarespace/

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Thanks so much! that worked and I also figured this out a few minutes ago which worked:"#topnav nav li a {font-family: 'FONT'}And tried yours and that works perfectly! Just need to understand on my own side what li/a is, why there are hashtags, etc. Slowly learning ccs and making a test site to try to figure basic things out=)

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@alliel There are many ways in CSS to target an element, using hashtag (#) and dot (.) are the most common.

Menu item is links, and links are a tag. These menu items are in li tags, li is in ul tags, ul is in main-nav, and main-nav is in topnav. So, my code, or yours, will work.

You can take an online course on HTML/CSS, it only takes 2-3 months, you will solve basic CSS. Or if you are interested, you can see my service, and I can explain everything I know (I can also help you search, with issues beyond my level).

Finally, please Accept Answer, other member can use if they know it worked. Thanks

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