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Hi! I'm trying to figure out inline CSS. I am currently working on a practice website, and I want to turn an h1 into a different font. I've been trying to use inline CSS, but it isn't changing anything on my practice page. One of the fonts I want to use is something I downloaded on google called Vampire Holocaust (my site if for Halloween). Supposedly, I'm supposed to type in the 'font-family' into the inline CSS, but I can't figure out what the font family for a new font I downloaded on the web. Can you please help me? If you need further clarifications on my question, just ask! Thanks

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I downloaded the font Zombie_Holocaust.ttf then followed the instructions here under: How to add custom fonts to your website using @font-face.

I used a workspace for testing with a snapshot here. Since you wanted inline I copied the code from the generated stylesheet (from step 2) to index.html then styled h2 with inline css.

At least it's a start. The other code is from a challenge and can be ignored. Sorry if it's confusing but if you have questions please ask.

So helpful! Thanks!