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This problem can be caused by a cache. Let clear your browser’s cache, as well as your host’s server-side caching, then check once more. In the case that the cache of your browser is not completely clear, you can use another browser.
HTTP / HTTPS mismatch
Following the below:
Step 1: Open Elementor and click Custom Fonts.
Step 2: Select the Delete button for each URL which does not begin with https
Step 3: Click UPLOAD buttons to re-upload the files
Step 4: Go to Elementor > Tools, then click Regenerate CSS button
Step 5: URLs and your fonts will appear on the front end
However, this is still not working, you can:
Step 1: Open Elementor > Tools > Replace URL
Step 2: Enter the site URL with HTTP in Old URL Field and site URL with HTTPs in New URL Field
Step 3: Proceed to Replace URL button and select Save Changes
Step 4: Open Settings > General in WordPress to check that both URLs begin with https
CORS Error in Console
If your custom font is not showing and you receive a CORS error in your browser’s console, you need to contact your host, as they will need to modify the server’s CORS policy.
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Credit: Elementor Official