• It didn’t work for me at all. Not only does it not replace Google fonts locally, but it also adds unnecessary HTTP requests. In the graphs, new requests generated by the plugin appear, in addition to those that were already generated from my website for the same fonts styles that I had chosen. And what I’m looking for is exactly the opposite. Host fonts locally, to eliminate external requests.

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  • Plugin Author Daan van den Bergh

    (@daanvandenbergh)

    Sorry to hear it didn’t work for you!

    With the millions of plugins and themes in the WordPress ecosystem it’s impossible to test OMGF with all of them. So, sure, it happens that it doesn’t work properly.

    If you head over to the support forum, though, I’m sure we can make it work properly for you.

    Plugin Author Daan van den Bergh

    (@daanvandenbergh)

    @adritin, I’m eager to work with you and fix the issues you’re having with OMGF.

    We could start by providing me with an URL. With OMGF installed, please enable Test Mode so optimizations are only visible to logged-in admins and when the ?omgf=1 parameter is added to an URL. That way I’ll be able to see what’s going wrong (without the rest of the world seeing the optimizations) and help you resolve it.

    Looking forward to hearing from you!

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