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> Can I change the font style of of an existing page with css?
johnminkough
post Feb 26 2012, 06:43 PM
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Hi

I'm a css novice.

I have 40 or so html pages that look like this:

http://johnminkoff.com/forward.html

They all use the Abadi font. I want to change them all to the Courier font.

If I understand how this works, I should be able to create a stylesheet which will specify a different font,
and if the page head section has code linking it to that stylesheet, the desired font will be displayed on the page.

So far my efforts to accomplish this haven't worked out.

Right now the word
'Abadi" occurs countless times in the code. Changing all that manually in 40 pages is not sounding appealing.

Am I on the right track here? Any tips on coding?

Thanks.
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johnminkough
post Feb 26 2012, 11:11 PM
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Thanks. Someone reminded me of the old "find-and-replace" technique. Seems like a manageable solution for
the time being.

Do plan to build future pages on more sound principles.
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