Origin Super Condensed vs CSS

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May 09, 2022 May 09, 2022

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How do I make a heading (e.g. h1) display with the font family Origin Super Condensed in WordPress?

To display Georgia, I just wrote "font-family: Georgia;". However, "font-family: Chandler 42" doesn't work. I had to write "font-family: chandler-42-regular"

However, none of these work:

font-family: Origin Super Condensed

font-family: origin-super-condensed

font-family: origin-super-condensed-regular

font-family: origin-super-condensed-400

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Community Expert , May 10, 2022 May 10, 2022

Hm, you're supposed to use "origin-super-condensed" as per the Details section:

 

In CSS, it should look like this:

  • h1 {
         font-family: origin-super-condensed, sans-serif;
    }

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Hm, you're supposed to use "origin-super-condensed" as per the Details section:

 

In CSS, it should look like this:

  • h1 {
         font-family: origin-super-condensed, sans-serif;
    }

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OK, it's working now. I'm not sure what the problelm was.

 

Thanks.

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