Start using web fonts on your site today! Support for web fonts from Fonts.com and Google Web Fonts is included.
No, you do not need a Fonts.com account to use the plugin. After installation, you'll need to set up your Fonts.com account in order to browse and enable fonts for your site. If you don't have an account, you can create one right in the WordPress administrative area.
To use the Google Web Fonts integration you'll need to log in with your Google account and visit The Google API Console. If you haven't previously created a project you'll be prompted to do so at that point.
After creating a project, you can click on "API Access" and then copy and paste the key you find there into the field in the plugin. Make sure you've enabled the Web Fonts Developer API from the list you'll see when clicking on the "Services" tab on the left.
It is unknown which web font providers will be integrated in the future. Some of the providers being considered are:
The timeline for integration of the above depends heavily on usage of this plugin. If it becomes popular, more web font providers will be integrated at an accelerated rate.
No! The plugin is designed to automate the entire process for you. All you have to do is decide what fonts you want on your site and what selectors they should be assigned to. After saving your stylesheet, the plugin takes care of making sure the appropriate code appears in your theme.
This being said, knowledge of CSS selectors is strongly recommended as that is how you will specify where your enabled fonts show up.
Requires: 3.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.6.1
Last Updated: 2013-8-26
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