• Daniel

    (@damen02)


    Italics must be loaded as a separated font and can’t be applied in editor with the italic button.

    For a plugin which’s only purpose is loading fonts, it’s a pit.

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  • Plugin Support Herman Asrori (BSF)

    (@bsfherman)

    Hi @damen02,

    Thank you for spending your valuable time to share your feedback on our Custom Fonts WordPress plugin. We appreciate your honesty and value your input.

    We value the users’ feedback and take it seriously. We continuously strive to improve our plugin based on user suggestions and requirements. Your feedback will be carefully considered as we work towards refining and enhancing the plugin in future updates.

    Kind regards,
    Herman 😊

    Thread Starter Daniel

    (@damen02)

    Thanks for your kindly reply,

    Please, let me know if this feature is corrected, as I’m very interested on using this plugin with Astra theme and I will change my review.

    When someone are editing a text and want to mark some words with italics, you simply touch the italic button. With the current plugin functionality, you are forced to change the font every time you need a word in italic.

    normal | false italic provided by plugin | true italic

    • This reply was modified 11 months, 2 weeks ago by Daniel.
    nipponcycles

    (@nnipponcycles)

    Why don’t you simply redefine the font of the corresponding tag in your custom CSS? Usually, italics are marked with the “em” tag. Like in

    <em>italics stuff</em>

    So, all you need to do is add

    em {
       font-family: <the font you like to see here>;
    }

    to our custom CSS file.

    To be on the safe side, just in case the “I” tag is also used for italics, just add it as well:

    em, i {
       font-family: <the font you like to see here>;
    }
    Plugin Support Herman Asrori (BSF)

    (@bsfherman)

    Hi @damen02,

    We had released update recently. We completely revamped the plugin. Please let us know your feedback.

    Kind regards,
    Herman 😊

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