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Hello

I have a 'thank you for registering' page (success.aspx) for new users who have completed a 'new user registration form' and wish to use some CSS to make it more attractive.

I intend to use these fonts, if possible, as follows:

CSS

<style type="test/css media="screen, projection">

@font-face { 
  font-family: Droid Sans; 
    src: url('../fonts/DroidSans-webfont.eot'); 
    src: local("Droid Sans"), url('../fonts/DroidSans-webfont.woff'); 
} 

@font-face { 
  font-family: Jenna Sue; 
    src: url('../fonts/JennaSue-webfont.eot'); 
    src: local("Jenna Sue"), url('../fonts/JennaSue-webfont.ttf'); 
} 

</style>


HTML

p {

font-family:'Jenna Sue',arial,sans-serif;

}

Would I just insert the <style> in the head tags of my success.aspx file as I would with an HTML file?

Thanks!

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Last Post by Blueie
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Yes you can include HTML markup including referenced to style sheets and javascript in your aspx pages. Your aspx pages will render pure HTML markup.

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