Set second font when first is not available

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06-10-2020

Hi all,

 

We want to use century gothic in our email designer. What happens is that for mac/iphone users it appears times new roman instead of century gothic, this is because is not supported.

 

So we were thinking of inserting a second font to insert instead of giving up on the font

 

I tried to insert in the body style

<body class="" id="acr-8367516" style="font-family:Century Gothic,CenturyGothic,AppleGothic,sans-serif;" data-new-gr-c-s-loaded="true">

 

But works only partially not for all the elements. 

 

There is someway to make century gothic works on mac? If not, how to apply the second choose font

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Few comments:

  • the first font seems to contain a space. You should out the name into single quotes
  • If you have other, more specific rules, the body won't catch.
    Either assign it everywhere where fonts are defined.
    Or try adding !important flag

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