Support » Plugin: Font Organizer » several questions

  • Resolved alexlii

    (@alexlii)


    Hello,

    Thanks for your great work. I am not technical background, and I read all of FAQ, but not found the answers, so several question here please:

    1# Were those fonts in “Available Fonts” saved on our local server? or were those fonts got from cloudy?

    2# If there is a Typography option in our theme, please check the screenshot at http://prntscr.com/gcvut2 , would you please let me know whether there is potential conflict between Font Organizer and our theme, which one of fonts setting would be valid for frontend pages?

    3# Here is a plugin of Google Webfont Optimizer(https://wordpress.org/plugins/google-webfont-optimizer/), does it works for those fonts in Font Organizer? what about those fonts which were uploaded locally?

    Thanks so much.

    Alex

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  • Plugin Author hivewebstudios

    (@hivewebstudios)

    Hello,

    1. I’m not sure what cloudy is, the fonts are located at your server at public_html/wp-content/uploads/font-organizer

    2. I’d recommend using our plugin and not the theme’s typography options since our plugin is more extensive and gives your more control over typography in general.

    3. You should not use this plugin, first of all its not updated since over 2 years and more over you don’t really need to use it when using our plugin anyway. Just make sure you don’t use both our plugin and theme’s option, it won’t cause much damage but it won’t help either.

    alexlii

    (@alexlii)

    Thanks for reply.

    We are always limited to access any global social sites like google, Facebook, tweet, yahoo…fonts is really a headache problem for us, that is why I use Font Organizer, thanks again.

    1. I’m not sure what cloudy is, the fonts are located at your server at public_html/wp-content/uploads/font-organizer

    Those fonts in “Available Fonts” which I mean the fonts list in backend setting page of Font Organizer, please check the screenshot for explaination:http://prntscr.com/gd8m0b

    Since those fonts are some with the fonts of “Fonts Preview”, and you explained FAQ as following:

    What the option “Show Font Family Preview” means? When selecting fonts in section 1, you will see a lot of different fonts, ticking this option will let you to actually
    see example of the font you are about to use.
    Due to the need of loading each font example from google, this option will slow down the performance of the plugin page.

    So I asked last time whether these fonts in “Available Fonts” are from external resources like google fonts or stored in our local server, I did not find the directory of public_html/wp-content/uploads/font-organizer, please check the screenshot: http://prntscr.com/gd8q75, anything I did wrong?

    FYI, I am running a wordpress MU with version 4.5.7.

    Alex

    Plugin Author hivewebstudios

    (@hivewebstudios)

    Ok so there is some misunderstanding.

    The fonts in section 1 are google fonts or native browser fonts, they are not stored on your server but are google fonts.
    The fonts in section 2 are fonts you upload yourself and will be stored on your server in the path I gave you earlier.

    alexlii

    (@alexlii)

    Thanks for kind explanations.

    Disable-real-mime-check was activated, and I upload a google open sans Chinese fonts, it show upload successfully, but I can not find it both in and in the directory of wp-content/uploads/font-organizer
    Please check the screenshots:

    http://prntscr.com/gdbjsz
    http://prntscr.com/gdbk8g

    Should I activate it networkly in wordpress MU?

    Thanks.

    Alex

    Plugin Author hivewebstudios

    (@hivewebstudios)

    This issue might be MU related, we have already patched it up for the new version we are going to release soon.

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