I have developed a site (built in a 3rd party tool which is frankly, ****) and for some reason despite me having the following style at the top of my css stack (Which I have confirmed is not being overwritten via F12) body { font-family: Calibri, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; } which works fine in Firefox, Chrome, Safari, IE7, IE8, IE9 - Quirks Mode, IE9 - IE7 Standards and IE9 - IE8 Standards and IE10 however when the page loads in IE9 with IE9 Standards the font renders as Times New Roman.

I am at a loss as to why IE9 in IE9 document mode renders the font as Times New Roman when the CSS lists a series of San-Serif fonts and defaults to san-serif even, while every other browser, version of IE and even every other document mode in IE9 works correctly. The only thing I can think of is an issue with the Doc-type but I am not very familiar with the doc-type and how they would affect this.

You can view a stripped down version of this site here: https://dynamicevents.emeetingsonlin...ame=SITE293396 I had to remove most of the site's content because they client is very protective of their content and who they are however you can still see the issue with the font.