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Fontific | Google Fonts

Description

Fontific gives you a really simple way to use fonts from Google Web Font library on your WordPress-powered website.

To use one of those fantastic fonts, you just need to add a new font rule in Fontific panel(Appearance/Fonts admin menu), specify css selector to which this rule will be applied, setup font settings and save changes you’ve made. That’s it.

  • No need to edit any css stylesheets
  • No new database tables are created
  • Friendly UI (use sliders to adjust font size or line height)

Translations

  • English
  • German (Till Grzegorczyk)
  • Polish (Piotr Dąbrowski)
  • Russian (поддерживаются кирилические шрифты)

Fontific website

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Installation

  1. Upload fontific directory to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

How to use

  • Activate plugin
  • Add a new font rule
  • Enter css selector to which font will be applied
  • Save all changes

FAQ

Some Google fonts are missing in plugin

New fonts added to Google Font Library are not automatically added to plugin font list. But there is a way to manually add new font you want to use immediately. To do this:

1) Create “fonts.txt” file in plugin root directory(where fontific.php is)

2) Copy font names from Google font directory(ex. Swanky and Moo Moo)

3) Add new font names to fonts.txt — each font on a separate line

Contributors & Developers

“Fontific | Google Fonts” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

0.1.5

Updated font list

0.1.4

Added German translation(Till Grzegorczyk)

0.1.3

Updated font list

0.1.2

Some minor changes, and some bugs fixed

0.1.1

Plugin released