Fonts help to set the mood of any website. In the case of blogging, they’re indispensable to how your audience will view the tone of your writing.
If you feel like your font choice is a bit limited, you’ll be glad to know that Google has a whole library full of fonts—over 600 of them actually!
They’re also ‘open source’. Which means you can do whatever you’d like with them, and the variety will ensure that you’re never going to run out of fonts to use.
So here’s how to use Google Fonts on WordPress, using the Easy Google Fonts Plugin.
1. Head over to Plugins in your sidebar menu, then select Add New.
2. In the Search Plugins box, search for Easy Google Fonts.
3. A plugin by Titanium Themes should come up. Select Install Now, then Activate.
4. After activation, go over to your website and select Customize in the top section of the page.
5. A sidebar will appear on the left side of your screen. Select Typography, then Default Typography.
6. From there, select which element you’d like to edit the font of. You can do this by clicking on the drop-down list under font family. This panel will also let you do plenty of things with fonts, so play around with it a little and experiment!
7. Once you are happy with your changes, click Save & Publish, and you’re done!
And that’s it! I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and that you’ll have a lot of fun with your new fonts. Change things up a bit and feel good about how cool your posts are going to look!
I hope you have found this tutorial helpful. If you did, here is another one: How to find your page or post ID on WordPress.
Until Next Time,