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Hi-- 

I've installed the CSS for my font, 'Vintage Find' for the H1 and the nav font but can't figure out the CSS for the branding/title font. Instead, as a temporary workaround, I uploaded an image (e.g. a logo) of my site name that I designed. I don't like it-- I'd prefer to be able to switch the branding font to 'Vintage Find'.

Can someone help? I don't have the site live yet-- just got started on it but I use the same template for my site, RevibedCreations.com 

However, on that site, I used a logo instead of the branding/title font.

Thank you!

 

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Is this the branding you are talking about?

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If your site is Brine template, You can replace with site title & use this CSS

@font-face {
	font-family: Name-anything;
	src: url(paste font file url here);
}
a.Header-branding {
    font-family: Name-anything;
}
a.Mobile-bar-branding {
    font-family: Name-anything;
}

 

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