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You can target your fonts to specific parts of your website if you know a bit more about your current WordPress theme and where the font family is specified. All WordPress themes have a style.css file, and if you know how to check that you should be able to see the selectors in use. Or you can install Chris Pederick's Web Developer Toolbar for Firefox and use the CSS, View CSS option to see all the CSS rules in use for your theme. When you find the selectors that are used for font-family, you can create a rule just for that selector to override that rule.

Current translation: You can target your fonts to specific parts of your website if you know a bit more about your current WordPress theme and where the font family is specified. All WordPress themes have a style.css file, and if you know how to check that you should be able to see the selectors in use. Or you can install Chris Pederick's Web Developer Toolbar for Firefox and use the CSS, View CSS option to see all the CSS rules in use for your theme. When you find the selectors that are used for font-family, you can create a rule just for that selector to override that rule.

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