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  • Hi there,

    I have the latest WordPress version 6.3.1 installed, and I am using an Adobe font for the site. Apparently, it isn’t loading the correct font in the block editor. I have this plugin (Custom Adobe Fonts (Typekit) : installed, so we can embed adobe fonts easily in the WordPress website. The font is loading correctly in the front-end, but not in the block editor.

    I viewed the block editor source code and it’s loading the <link> tag, which is generated by the Custom Adobe Fonts plugin.

    <link rel='stylesheet' id='custom-typekit-css-css' href='' media='all' />

    In the block editor, it seems to be loading the system font. What is the issue?

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  • Moderator James Huff


    Volunteer Moderator

    I recommend reporting the problem at so the plugin’s developers and support community can help you with this.

    Thread Starter rose18


    Hi @macmanx ,

    I also did try not using the plugin and add/enqueue it in the functions.php file, it still doesn’t load the adobe font in the block editor, so it should be a WordPress issue.

    Moderator bcworkz


    Sound like you’ve loaded the font files all right, but you still need to apply CSS font-family styling to the elements that should use the font. Such rules are typically enqueued as admin styles, but if your rules are fairly limited you could cheat a little and output your rules directly into a <style> block from the “admin_print_styles” action hook. When adding an action callback, use the $priority arg to manage where your style block falls in relation to other style output.

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