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Site URL: https://wombat-alligator-k2p6.squarespace.com/

Hello, I've successfully put in the custom CSS for my fonts. I've applied it across most of the site, but as you can see in the attached picture, something remains unchanged. How do I reference whatever this is so I can change it to my custom font? If it helps, I'm using the Degraw theme.  

The link to the unpublished site should be attached, and the pass is "Metafont".

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Hey Bud,

You just need more specific selectors.

The below Code Should do it.

[data-collection-type^="blog"] .item-pagination-title {
  font-family: "My Custom Font";

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Thank you Kwame, it worked! Is there a list of all the different selectors? I'm finding that there are random parts of my website where the font is inconsistent. For example, in the front page, Recent News section, you can see the fonts bugging out. I don't want to keep asking for every area, so if there's some sort of guideline or some of catch all selector that would change everything at once that would be great. 

EDIT: Figured it out. Thank you "Inspect Element"!

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