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I am using Muse and I'd like to change all the font to Arial. Is there a smart way to do this without going into each page and change it. I have 100 web pages. Thanks
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Add that to your css

font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;

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You could also do this in css:


body {
font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
}

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The only draw back to the body tag is that it won't change your font if it's inside a table.  You would have to add:

table tr td {
font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
}

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I was thinking of that and I went to the css folder and each page has its own css file. I checked the master.css file and basically I have to find and replace the font many many times.
put this in the top of your master.css

* {
 font-size: 100% !important;
 font-family: Arial !important;
}

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it should override all the other styles provided they aren't using !important.

The selector * has the lowest possible specificity 0,0,0,0. For any selector, you can always construct another selector with a higher specificity. However, a CSS rule inside a style attribute for an element is considered as having the highest specificity.

So if you know which other CSS rules will be used, you can beat them by adding selectors with a higher specificity in your selector list.
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There is no way to to change the css files without messing up the layout in Muse