I’m having some issues with Google Fonts. I will explain you exactly what I’m doing but I’m not haivng the expected results.
Under Theme Options > General > Typography
I have set the following values:
- Font Type: Google
- Custom Google Font One: (field one) Cookie
- Custom Google Font One: (field two) Cookie
- Custom Google Font Two: (field one) Noto+Sans
- Custom Google Font Two: (field two) Noto Sans
However in frontend I’m not able to use the web fonts.
Inspecting the browser requests, the only two requests sent to fonts.googleapis.com is for
Open+Sans:400,300and the second for
Am I doing something wrong?
Hello. And I have a problem with the font. I’m trying to use the “Open Sans”, namely subset latin-ext: (http://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Open+Sans&subset=latin, latin-ext ‘rel =’ stylesheet ‘type =’ text / css ). In the “Custom Google Font One” I put this link, but no change.
As I intended the documentation you cannot specify the full URL, so you should write just Open+Sans. It would be great if the theme would detect if the specified resource is an URI or just the name of the font.
However the theme feature I’ve described seems to be broken… or the documentation is incomplete.
thanks for the reply.
My wordpress is at version 3.6 and Dynamix has been downloaded the latest week when it was released tha latest release so, i thought all them are at the latest version.
I’m selecting the fonts from the WordPress menu Apearance > Theme options and then on General tab I’m setting the fonts as described in the documentation page
The fonts are working in the correct way, using the standard theme options there isn’t a way of setting a font to a specific page. This would be a customization. You can request a customization at the Premium Forum here if you need us to complete this for you.
I think that I was reading bad the documentation… Indeed I left the first part of Google Fonts paragraph:
Custom Google Fonts
Add upto two custom Google Fonts. Once the fields have been completed the new fonts will appear within the Appearance ? Themes ? Customize ? Font Settings ? Headings Font Family. See the steps below for how to add extra fonts.
I don’t need a customization but just I (wrongly) thought that adding the above font names they would be added as custom fonts to each page.
Sorry again for the wasting of time and I would reconfirm my apreciation for the theme.
Great work and great documentaion! 🙂
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