Font problem

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I have a font problem on the main article EFSA animal toxic residue...font to have Times New Roman...November24.in...
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didieraymond

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Francois, Employee

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Hi didieraymond,

I'd like to assist you further, but I'd need for you to give me some more information please.

Can you please give me the domain/subdomain of the site where you are experiencing this problem and can you also provide me with further details of the type of error you are encountering?
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Hi didieraymond,

It looks like you have text copied and pasted from another article or from another program. We need to advise you that when you copy and paste rich text directly from a browser window or a program like MS Word (or another word processor) onto your site, this brings along a whole lot of unwanted formatting that is not web friendly and can easily break your page or avoid you from making further changes to it. It can also cause your site to show up inconsistently in different browsers.

The problem might not always show up immediately, but sometimes it happens after you save and navigate to a different page or log out and log in again. To avoid display and loading issues, the best alternative is first to paste your text into NotePad (in the accessories folder of your computer) and then paste it as plain text onto your Yola page. You can then use the Yola text editor to format your text as desired.

Please note that this would be the case with any browser-based text editor you might use, not just Yola. It is a universal website building problem. It's also always a good idea to keep a copy of your text in a .txt file from Notepad so that you have a backup copy kept on your PC. The solution in this case is to delete the existing text and then re-add it to your page following the steps above.
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it's my article, it's original...no doubt but i need a spelling program then i use the one in my private mail yahoo...
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Francois, Employee

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Hi didieraymond,

Here's what I'd do:

1. Copy the text from that article into Notepad (which would strip it from it's HTML).
2. Delete the widget containing the article (this will remove any remnants of conflicting HTML).
3. Drag a new HTML widget to your page.
4. Paste the text from Notepad into the new HTML widget.
5. Format the text to the way you want it to be.

I hope this helps.