9 January, 2022 seen 932Here comes another article, which has been in the blog's draft section since the start of 2017. In this article, I will…
There are several options how to enable custom fonts for Drupal 8 website, in this article I will stick with one of the easiest - using a custom module - @font-your-face
As usual, for this Drupal tutorial I will use a real-time scenario: For Tourgeorgia.eu website I'm using custom Premium theme adapted for Drupal 8, at one stage I noticed that example theme looks better than customized, and then I realized we are missing few fonts, which must be loaded manually.
As, said there are several options to handle this, but this time I decided to use a module. Again, there are two scenarios possible, either you are building Drupal theme from scratch and writing custom .css style or you are using a readily built theme. As in this case, I'm using the ready built theme, I won't touch .css part, as code already have been written.
- Download and enable @font-your-face module
- As for this case I'm using Google Fonts, enable Google Fonts module
- Go to admin/appearance/font and enable custom fonts you need
- Flush cache and enjoy result
Custom fonts enabled