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Format of Fonts - CSS

  Asked By: Martha    Date: Aug 27    Category: MOSS    Views: 2238

I am migrating some pages manually from a classic intranet to sharepoint 2007.
Say i am doing a copy n paste migration and i want to keep the font type to
Arial and size to 12.

Anyone know how u can force the font type n size to the above even when a page
with content say with font type "Tahoma" and size is 12 is pasted on to the
Content Editor web part.



1 Answer Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Courtney Scott     Answered On: Aug 27

Unfortunately, this isn't going to be easy. There's a reason the C in
CSS stands for "Cascading"

Font attributes specified at the lowest level like that will be
implemented in one of three ways: (a) font tags, (b) a style attribute on
the tags surrounding the content, or (c) a class attribute. Only (c) offers
any hope of change, if you can figure out what the class is and override the
name. Not likely, though.

What if you use the other button (Source, I believe) instead of the one
that lets you enter rich text? Pasting into *that* text box should ensure
that no formatting is perpetuated.

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