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I know I can use my own fonts to show all websites. Is there a way to allow one website the use their own fonts?
I know I can use my own fonts to show all websites. Is there a way override this behaviour for just one website so that that given website can use its own font.
An example of where this is required is http://www.mashable.com
When I check "allow pages to choose their own fonts", these icons at the top of this page display as their respective graphics correctly. However, When I uncheck "allow pages to choose their own fonts", the icon graphic become a place-holder rather than the intended graphic. This is because the font I use does not have these graphic required.
it would be good if I could, for single websites, allow them to use their own fonts, but use my fonts for all other web-sites.
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Unfortunately in Firefox there is no Exceptions option under Fonts and Styles, however there are addons that have a functionality like this. One is called Stylish. Check out the add ons site to search for the right one.