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    Junior Member _Keith_'s Avatar
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    I am working on a site for my company. The font keeps loading bold then goes away.

    I want to keep the bold as it is on the menu when it first loads.

    Any ideas?

    Test site can be seen here. http://scalesu.com/newsite/index.html

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    Which font is loading bold. I can't find it.
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    Junior Member _Keith_'s Avatar
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    When the page loads. the Menu loads bold then goes away.

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    Ah. I see. What I'm guessing is the you have 2 font's set for 1 thing. So for example if you have

    Code:
    a{
    font: bold 15px arial;
    }
    and
    Code:
    nav.a{
    font: 15px arial;
    }
    It might cause it to render twice with different effects. Then again just a guess. Go through your code and find any "contradictions".
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    Yea I have been. I will look again.
    Thanks

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    CSS loads and displays as the code is read into memory then displayed on the screen.

    CSS contradictions are hard to see, just looking at the code.

    Sometimes its easier to deterimine the issue by either changing "colors" or easier yet, remove the sections of attributes that you think are affecting things. Then reload. Sometimes its a matter of changing the order of things.


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