• Resolved Andrew Rothman


    I developed a site using Gutenverse on my local machine. When I moved it to the live server, the fonts were broken. Gutenverse is generating a file in /wp-content/fonts/ that includes paths on my local machine, like so:

    src: url(D:/MAMP/htdocs/wallach/wp-content//fonts/heebo/NGSpv5_NC0k9P_v6ZUCbLRAHxK1EiS2sd0mg7UiCXC5VkK8.woff) format('woff');

    I deleted those auto-generated .css files, but they came back again with the wrong links.

    • Where does Gutenverse get that URL from so that I can correct it?
    • Is there an option to simply load the fonts from Google rather than the site’s own wp-content?

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  • Thread Starter Andrew Rothman


    I have worked around the issue by adding an @import for the Google font into my site’s custom CSS, but I’d love to know where it’s finding the reference to the dev environment so I can make sure it doesn’t break anything else.

    Plugin Author Yoga


    Hi @arothman

    That should be fonts loaded by the theme (not plugin), if you use Gutenverse theme, it use wptt-webfont-loader.php to load the font.
    If you familiar with codes, you can check the class-init.php file inside the theme folder.

    There is a similar user having this issue here :

    The file indeed regenerate again, but it should use your current site link instead of your local links. In your case it’s quite odd, did you use any caching plugin?

    Thread Starter Andrew Rothman


    Looks like deleting the entire ‘Fonts’ folder, not just the .css files, was required.

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