Viewing google fonts not visible

google fonts not visible



User: Giorgio O. 4 years ago
I am going to buy this marvelous app and I just have a doubt concerning the google fonts: I set up a website using the Poppins set and following your instructions but, after disabling the font set from the OS, all the text appear in generic "Times": does it depend from the free version? Thank you! Giorgio

For further information I added this code to the tag <head> :
<link href='http://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Poppins:300,500,600' rel='stylesheet' type='text/css'>

Last edit 4 years ago
User: Paul-RAGESW 4 years ago
You don't have to add anything to your EverWeb site in order to support Google Fonts. Just download and install the font.

You didn't mention if everything appears as Times within EverWeb or when you preview.

You need to keep the font installed for EverWeb to be able to display your text WITHIN itself. It should work when you preview BUT only if you preview with the font installed and then disable the font after the preview file have been generated.

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Paul
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User: Raf P. 4 years ago
@Paul

Google Fonts are not working using the 'heading tag' EW widget on a mobile device.
I opened a thread for this.

http://billing.ragesw.com/forum.php?act=thread&tid=3921

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Kind regards,

Raphael Pairoux
User: Giorgio O. 4 years ago
Quote: Paul-RAGESW - 11/09/2015 13:47:07
You don't have to add anything to your EverWeb site in order to support Google Fonts. Just download and install the font.

You didn't mention if everything appears as Times within EverWeb or when you preview.

You need to keep the font installed for EverWeb to be able to display your text WITHIN itself. It should work when you preview BUT only if you preview with the font installed and then disable the font after the preview file have been generated.


Thank you Paul, I erased that string and now everything works fine; I noticed that the software automatically adds the call "@font-face {" so nothing else is needed.


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