If you're formatting your content make sure to use the editor because it will add the proper HTML code to the page which helps assistive technology work best. You should use the editor to create the following:
Tip: If you have a different font or font style displaying on your page but the "Remove Format" tool isn't fixing it, check the source view, if there’s HTML code with style and font size before the text remove it.
Example of code with style and color:
<p><span style="color:#00ffff;"><span style="font-size:8px;"><span style="font-family:Times New Roman,Times,serif;">This is an example of some font with custom style and size:</p>
Work with your LibGuides admins and visual branding teams to develop/update custom CSS and templates to support accessibility and deploy those before starting the remediation project.
Communicate with all our authors about any look/feel changes well in advance and provide mockups and rationale for any changes that are going to be applied.