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Kotryna

Different font showing up on mobile (CTA)

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Site URL: https://www.studioheavenly.com

Hello,

 

I am having a problem with the CTA buttons. Different fonts are showing on mobile version and screen version. When I look at in a mobile version mode on my computer the font looks great, but it is different when I actually look at my website on my own phone. I tried everything, really looked closely at my custom css but there is nothing. The font I want is commuters sans. Thank you for looking into it.

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You mean Inquire button? font commuters sans?

Have you declared @font-face for commuters sans yet?

Did you test on iPhone?

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Yes the one for inquire. I didn't declare it.. it's like that for all CTA buttons. The form button is OK. What code should I use to fix it? On my phone and my husband's it's not commuters sans. But when I look at it on my squarespace on my computer (mobile view) I see commuters sans (that's what I want)

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6 minutes ago, Kotryna said:

Yes the one for inquire. I didn't declare it.. it's like that for all CTA buttons. The form button is OK. What code should I use to fix it? On my phone and my husband's it's not commuters sans. But when I look at it on my squarespace on my computer (mobile view) I see commuters sans (that's what I want)

communters sans is Squarespace default font or custom font? If custom font, you need to declare with @font-face, same as other custom fonts.


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Thanks, I added it and I fixed it! It is a squarespace font, but I was using it on custom css. I guess that's why it didn't work until I assigned it. 

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