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  1. Can someone please provide me with css assistance on the following:

    I am able to change the font for the body of my blog, which automatically changes the sidebar font but does not affect the post title font. I would like to change my fonts so that my post title and sidebar have the same font (Orator Std, Tahoma, Geneva, sans-serif) and the body of my posts to be Tahoma, Geneva, sans-serif.

    Also, I have defined Orator Std as my preferred font but I've noticed it only shows up on the mac computer and not either PC that I have tried (they go straight to Tahoma). Is there any way to make this font show up in any browser or on any machine?

    THANK YOU!

    The blog I need help with is hellorosie.wordpress.com.

  2. Not all computers have the same fonts installed, you can find out more about the standard available fonts (across multiple platforms) if you googe the term "web-safe fonts". The other option is to use Typekit as it allows you to use non-standard fonts in your blog and these will show whichever operating system your visitors use. They offer a large selection but I'm not sure if Orator is one of them.

    Here's the code to change your fonts:

    body {font-family:Tahoma, Geneva, sans-serif!important;}
    .post-title, .post-title a, #secondary {font-family:"Orator Std", Tahoma, Geneva, sans-serif;}
  3. thanks again!

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