Hey again Bruno!
The link appears to be still active:
here's another one on the subject though:
Comment posted February 28, 2014
Sorry, but the link you have posted doesn't work. Could you post a new link where I can find a way to add my custom fonts?
My apologies for many questions, I don't have experience in programing.
Comment posted February 26, 2014
Hey Ken! If you want to integrate them, have a look at the fonts.php file located inside of the nectar/options directory. You'll see different arrays for the font families and weights you would need to add to etc.
Comment posted September 13, 2013
Would you be able to direct us/me on the files I'd need to edit to add new Google fonts and integrate them into the theme? Otherwise I'll just use the CSS overwrite method.
Comment posted September 11, 2013
Comment posted September 5, 2013
Because I hand picked my google fonts so that I could include all the weights in a UI as well. I might extend upon this in a future update though, I just have other things higher up in the priority list based on number of requests :)
Why not include all Google Fonts in the admin in the next update so people have more options?
Great link. Thanks!
Comment posted May 8, 2013
Martin, thanks for being very respectful.
Here's a good read to get you going in the right direction: http://zoerooney.com/blog/tutorials/installing-web-fonts-start-to-finish/ :)
Comment posted May 7, 2013
Thanks for the quick response. Your answer kind of confirms what I thought (and feared!). While I understand the basic concept of including fonts in CSS and overwriting, I have no practical experience doing the job. I'm a writer/commercial director w/ no programming background or training so very, very green when it comes to even simple stuff. It would be way beyond the call of duty for you to try and coach me through this but perhaps if you can think of any good resources aside from Wordpress support forums to help guide me through the process that'd be great.
Adding addition google fonts would be tricky to integrate into the admin UI because it's quite a complex system. I would recommend just grabbing fonts off a site like fontsquirrel and included them in your CSS and overwriting the selection. Let me know if this makes sense :)
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