I’m stumped. I decided to upgrade a site to a new, cleaner and more responsive theme (hostmarks) and I created it as an inactive test site first. Everything looked great exactly the way I wanted it so I pointed the domain at the new server and went to bed.
When I woke up in the morning, everything was right on my newer machine (MacOS10.9) but when I checked on the older one (MacOS10.6.8) the website has an Ariel font on 3 out of the 6 pages, instead of the Open Sans it is set to.
Strange thing is that the pages that are showing the correct font are set up exactly the same as the ones that are not. Same page template, same css, but one page is showing Open Sans and one is showing Ariel.
At first, I thought it was an os or browser rendering issue but why would it be right on some pages and not on others? I have looked through the css and can’t find any dangling font-famly’s that I missed. I just can’t figure it out.
Maybe someone out there wouldn’t mind taking a minute to take a look and help me out.
I’d be very happy to send anyone who can help solve this quandry for me a free copy of my therapeutic yoga DVD (jbrownyogavideo.com)
Thanks in advance.
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