Hi there, in the backend theme options I specified a google font ‘Audiowide’ I filled in both the link and CSS name ‘Audiowide’ and ‘Audiowide’ for my headings. It displays fine on my system but that’s probably because I have that font installed. When I call up my site on mobile or other people’s desktops their default browser font is shown instead. Is there something I’m doing wrong?
Another update. I got it working, I used the custom CSS area to simply declare the font-family for my h1,h2,h3 tags.
So basically in the Customize area it doesn’t actually apply the font properly, but the font is imported it seems. When I called it manually and assigned it to the classes I wanted it loads fine on mobile now. Maybe this is something you guys can look at fixing in the next update?
Thanks in any case,
There is no need to use custom CSS for Google font.
I’m working now with ePix after a long breake from it and at after wiping my server and installing fresh ePix last week google font wasn’t working for me but I fixed it. Somehow the configuration did not saved proper document lines in theme and the fix is simple: change theme fonts to cufon or whatever you want – save – and then switch back to google and select once more font you want – save. Done 😉
At least it did worked for me 😉
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