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My base font is a sans serif and I'd like to highlight key words serif font.
At present the only way I can do this is by having separate tex boxes which doesn't format well. Is there a way to do it in the same text box?
How can I do this please?
See example attached.

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You can change all italics text to a serif.

For a site-wide effect add the following to Website > Pages > Website Tools > Custom CSS.

.sqs-block-html em {

  font-family : serif;
  font-style : unset;

This is for v7.1.

The effect could be restricted to a page or even specific blocks with different CSS selectors.

You could also choose a font other than the basic serif font.

Let us know how it goes.

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