Support » Plugin: Kirki » style id=”kirki-css-vars”>:root{}

  • Resolved RD

    (@ronalds8)



    Last update added <style id=”kirki-css-vars”>:root{}</style> and messed up fonts, what is this all about? Thanks!

    • This topic was modified 6 months ago by  RD.
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  • Plugin Author Aristeides Stathopoulos

    (@aristath)

    The above can’t mess-up anything and is adding support for css-variables.

    Messed-up fonts how exactly?
    Which theme are you using? Is it a premium theme or a free theme?
    The last update added an implementation for GDPR-compliance. Google tracks user’s IP addresses and collects personal data without the user’s consent which is now illegal (will start getting enforced in a few days on May 25). As a result we can no longer use the Google CDN for google-fonts and therefore had to implement another solution. So Google-Fonts now get downloaded in a folder on wp-content/webfonts and they are served from your own server instead of Google’s.
    Is the wp-content folder not writable by any chance? That would explain not being able to download the fonts – if that is indeed the issue you have.

    Please advise and provide more details – something beyond “messed up fonts” that will help me understand what happens.
    A link to your site would also be helpful

    RD

    (@ronalds8)

    It is premium blogman theme and yes, lost the google “poppins” font. wp-content is writable…

    Plugin Author Aristeides Stathopoulos

    (@aristath)

    Version 3.0.31 was just released, can you please check if that fixes your issue?

    Plugin Author Aristeides Stathopoulos

    (@aristath)

    Closing this one since a bugfix was already released for the webfonts issue.

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