Day 29: Add Google Fonts to your WordPress Website
Google Webfonts is a fantastic free web font directory. While they constantly are adding more and more webfonts, at the time of the posting there are 436 free webfonts available to improve your WordPress website. In fact, wpLifeGuard uses Quattrocento Sans for the body copy.
WP Google Fonts allows you to easily add Google Web fonts to your WordPress website. This WordPress plugin lets you add six different Google web fonts to your WordPress website and assign them to header tags, blockquotes, paragraphs, lists, or even your own CSS.
Adding some varying fonts to your WordPress website can be a great way to give it a little more visual appeal. Just be careful to not go overboard – too many fonts can create a design disaster.
Don’t know how to install WordPress plugins? Check out our video tutorial showing how to use WordPress plugins.
31 Days to a Better WordPress Blog
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