Let’s learn how to add Google fonts in WordPress.
Your website’s design plays an integral part in delivering a great user experience to your visitors. And while there are many ways to give your design a great look, we’re going to focus on fonts!
Fonts play a crucial role in your site’s design and choosing the right one is crucial. In fact, if you choose a good font that fits your site’s personality, it can have a real-time effect on your sites bounce rate and conversion rate because a neat text presentation provides an engaging experience to your web visitors and helps you to boost user engagement.
I am going to show you how you can easily add Google fonts to your WordPress site in two easy methods; Adding Google fonts to WordPress manually & with a plugin.
But before embarking on the installation process, I would like to share some fundamental knowledge about Google’s official fonts in case you’re familiar with them.
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Google officially launched its fonts in 2010 as Google Web Fonts, is a library of free licensed fonts that provides an interactive web directory of fonts for users to use on their websites. All the fonts are available and free to use.
So why use Google Fonts for your website? Well, there are a few reasons:
Benefits of using Google Fonts:
They’re free to use even for commercial purposes. They’re pre-hosted and all resources are served from Google server. Google Fonts are easy to use. Just embed the script code in your website or use a plugin
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