Support » Plugin: Simple Drop Cap » Using a custom font in "Custom Mode"

  • Resolved igger

    (@igger)


    Dear Yudhistira Mauris

    I’m trying to use a custom font in Custom Mode for my drop cap. This code snippet gives a dropcap, but not in the specified font:

    padding: 0;
    font-size: 3em;
    line-height: 0.8em;
    float: left;
    font-family: thefont;

    If I define the font (still in the Custom Mode field) by adding

    @font-face{
    font-family:thefont;
    src:url('http://url.to/thefont.ttf') format ("truetype");
    }

    nothing changes.

    The ‘ changes to ‘ upon any save of changes. I don’t know if that is the cause?

    Kind Regards,

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/simple-drop-cap/

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  • Plugin Author Mauris

    (@maurisrx)

    Dear igger,

    Currently the plugin doesn’t support font face rule. First, you need to define the font face rule in your theme’s styles.css and then define the font-family in simple drop cap custom mode settings.

    Mauris

    Thank you, it worked like a charm!

    Plugin Author Mauris

    (@maurisrx)

    I’m glad to hear it. If you don’t mind, please leave a review for the plugin. Thanks 🙂

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