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Changing the Fonts of Your WordPress Site - Part 1: Using a Plugin

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WordPress continually proves itself time time and again that it has very few limitations, and is rapidly pushing itself to being, if not the best, but certainly the most versatile CMS available. Out of the box it is certainly not perfect, but you can change it however you want. In this tutorial, we will go over how to change the fonts of your theme using a plugin. You can use either Google Web Fonts our your own custom fonts.


This is part one of a two part tutorial showing you how to change the fonts of your WordPress site. We will be using a plugin to add the functionality to change the fonts of specific html tags, or even use custom CSS. This tutorial is oriented to the beginners to WordPress. Part 2 will cover adding font functionality to your theme, without a plugin.

We will be utilizing the WP Google Fonts plugin to change our fonts by Adrian Hanft. This plugin makes it even easier to add and customize Google fonts on your site through WordPress. Additionally, you can even use this plugin to custom CSS to your site.


The Video Tutorial

Part 1: Using a Plugin

In this video we will go over how to change the fonts of your theme using a plugin.

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