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Jen89
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Hey, my first post...

If it aint broke don't fix it!!!
I tried to shadow the header website name... now font is "plain new times roman" ugly.
Just not understaning the external css way that's uploaded(friend did this)at all, I know you guys hate inline but I will only have 2-3 pages total so I don't mind editing each.
I downloaded custom font BRUSHSTP.ttf then uploaded to ftp and put in folder "fonts"(in same area that the 3 .html pages are)

what would be the correct way to write this? to "call" that custom font

Hey thanks for any help guys!!! Love

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Hi Jen89, it's much easier

Hi Jen89,
it's much easier for us to help if you can link to an example.
Try running what you have through validation.

Here's an example of inline font src http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8749225/loading-external-font-in-html-page-with-inline-css