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Firefox will not show bold

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I am making a web page (in Dreamweaver) for a meeting and I have certain things in bold. In Firefox, the bold (<b></b>) does not show. Bold shows up on my pages on Chrome and on Microsoft edge. I've also tried the <strong> tag, but that doesn't work either. The font family for the pages is sans-serf. I really need this to show on most browsers.

I am making a web page (in Dreamweaver) for a meeting and I have certain things in bold. In Firefox, the bold (&lt;b&gt;&lt;/b&gt;) does not show. Bold shows up on my pages on Chrome and on Microsoft edge. I've also tried the &lt;strong&gt; tag, but that doesn't work either. The font family for the pages is sans-serf. I really need this to show on most browsers.
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You could try font-weight. Hopefully you can use the link below by removing the blank space.

https://www.w3schools. com/jsref/prop_style_fontweight.asp

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You can check in the Inspector what font is used and whether Firefox sees the bold rules.

You can right-click and select "Inspect" to open the built-in Inspector with this element selected.

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I did that initially. There was only one html/CSS issue and it was not for the area where there are problems. There was an issue where with a link to Adobe fonts in the head, but I erased the script and that did nothing to the page viewing in Firefox.

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פתרון נבחר

You could try font-weight. Hopefully you can use the link below by removing the blank space.

https://www.w3schools. com/jsref/prop_style_fontweight.asp

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