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Using custom font that is NOT part of Typekit or Google Fonts

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I'm building a portfolio site, using the Wexley template. I've bought a font online that I'd like to use consistently through my website. I was wondering if anyone knows the css code that would allow me to do this? I have extremely little experience with css code, so please be specific as possible.


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Thank you so much, I understand...

So I have : @font-face { font-family:'AvenirNext'; src:url('https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5b1685217c932706c999ff46/t/5b6ada62575d1fcbf2489680/1533729379318/AvenirNextLTPro-Regular.otf') format('opentype'); }

h1, h2, h3, p, a { font-family:'AvenirNext'; }

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