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Help me with calling a custom font

Question asked by 757ea0f99e5c39ecb4496cd1e6b4d2177ec1fc77 on Jan 7, 2019
Latest reply on Jan 9, 2019 by 757ea0f99e5c39ecb4496cd1e6b4d2177ec1fc77



So I'm familiar with the discussions on custom fonts and how to implement a custom font using the @font-face call.  I've attempted to implement a custom font, Avenr, in this manner.  Unfortunately I'm having no luck with having the custom font rendered.  Can someone please help me by glancing at my code to help me determine what I'm doing incorrectly?  I'm completely spinning my wheels on this one as the email consistently renders in Arial regardless of the hierarchy of the font-family order.  Thanks much!


<style type="text/css">

    @font-face {

     font-family: "Avenir Next Pro";

     src: url('https://www....[actual font URL here]....AvenirNext-Regular.ttf') format("truetype"),

        url('https://www....[actual font URL here]....AvenirNext-Regular.svg') format('svg'),

url('https://www....[actual font URL here]....AvenirNext-Regular.eot') format('eot');


      body{font-family: 'Avenir Next Pro', Helvetica, Arial, Verdana, sans-serif;}