Playfair display why we put it in (" ")?


#1

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#2

Found with a google search
== the Book ==
css font-family name quoted site:developer.mozilla.org/en-us
like
https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/font-family
== discussions / opinions ==
css font-family are quotes mandatory site:stackoverflow.com
like
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/7638775/do-i-need-to-wrap-quotes-around-font-family-names-in-css


#3

hey will someone help me im stuck on .5 more fonts 5/16


#4

You have to put it in quotes because it’s two words.


#5
<link href=https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?

     family="Roboto:100"  type="text/css" 

  rel="stylesheet">       

Tried everything, still no link to”Roboto: 100”

Sinbad 16


#6

Try putting the web address in quotes like this: <link href=https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?

 family="Roboto:100"  type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" >

#7

Spy 10,

Thank you for your help. I have run this again several times but it just won’t work. I feel like giving up.

Regards, Sinbad 16.


#8

Have you visited https://fonts.google.com/
( Your browser is not currently supported. Google Fonts works best on Chrome, Firefox, Edge and Safari)

Please read
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/18178867/how-can-i-use-googles-roboto-font-on-a-website


#9

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