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.Header-nav--secondary a {
    font-family: monospace;
}

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No, sorry for the confusion. I was using the nav buttons as an example. I need to change the font on this page:

https://www.wmd-inc.net/members-listing/mary-kay-beauty-consultant

The font that says Carmen Ruby Beck Mary Kay Skin Care Specialist

That is controlled under Blog: Topography & Colors. But just like the nav buttons, I can only change the font by selecting from the drop down menu of google fonts. To make the nav buttons use my CSS, I had to use the code above. I need to know what code I need to put in my CSS to change the fonts in the Blog: Topography & Colors section

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I have not. So, I get that the 'your font is my custom font file name, but if I am trying to change the Blog Topography fonts, what specifically gets typed in to replace: class & selector & to  & target & section? Hope that makes sense & thank you soo much!

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