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I'm using Porfolio Pro with the Atmosphere Pro theme, and have one of the pages in my portfolio that has a different page body content font than other pages.
Seemingly normal template page with font treatment I want
I'm trying to source this issue with Inspect, but am not sure how to find the font for a given word. When using Inspect, it doesn't show a font name in the information that pops up. When I click on the Style.css link, I'm still not clear on how to read the font. It seems to be Lato.
I installed Google fonts, hoping that would give me more control in getting the fonts to match the theme.
In Customize > Google Fonts > Content Typography, I'm able to select different font names in Font Family, and they change accordingly. However, different Weight selections produce no changes.
So I think the font on my problem page is Lato and matches other pages, but it's the weighting that's the problem.
Without being able to understand what's going on in Inspect, I'm hoping someone can tell me how to approach figuring out why my one page has a different font that the other Portfolio Pro pages.
On the problem page each paragraph has a span style added that changes the font-weight - see below
<span style="font-weight: 400;">Diverse target audiences were defined across factors including industry, company size, job title, interests and behaviors. Analysis of performance created an ongoing feedback loop into business strategy, driving insight into the customer traits most likely to try, use and purchase.</span>
Find out where that span is being added , it's set for 300 as the default , this is over ridding that.
Thanks for the note on that, andytc.
Those span style tags must have gotten in there when I pasted in copy from a Google Doc. Forgot to paste with no formatting.
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