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  • CSS to specify a system wide font without screwing up mobile

    The default system font is ugly and plain. I want to jazz it up a little with a nice looking font that works well on the desktop interface. At the same time, I dont want to lose usiability on the responsive css side. So here's the official question:

    I'm looking for the best place to put the font and font size specification in css without screwing up the responsive mobile side of things. Is it better performance wise to modify a template or put it in css_additional.css



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    I don't think this is really feasible without a lot of customisation.
    The responsive view is the same style rendered slightly differently, so most of the fonts are the same.
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    • #3
      That's what I found when I tried the first time. Guess I'll be learning some CSS.


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