Install Google Fonts

A quick introduction into using any Google font within your website.

The screencast looks at how you go about selecting fonts on font.google.com. Adding them to your website and then using them inside your stylesheet.

Running time: 1:36

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17 Comments

  1. Thanks for sharing these tips! I am sure your tips really helpful!

  2. A big thank you for the video, this is most helpful, and will use this in my new projects

  3. very cool. thanks jake! just what i needed.

  4. This is a very powerful tool to have in your web design toolkit! Great article / video! Thanks for sharing.

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  6. I have used Google fonts and I’d have to say it takes care of every font that I needed. And it’s free too!

  7. This demonstration was very helpful. Thank you.

  8. Hey Jake, Thank you for sharing this tutorial on Google Fonts. Sometimes it’s easy for us to forget little things like this. I tend to use a WordPress plugin these days but this is awesome. Thanks again.

    • Thank you for this great valuable video, Jake. Where can we get more tips?

  9. I really love open sans and roboto, those are the best fonts to use

  10. BOOM! Thanks for that! Probably the best instruction I’ve seen so far 🙂

  11. Awesome tips I learned a lot in a short amount of time.

  12. Jake, That was a great video tutorial on Google Fonts. I have several sites and we tend to steer towards using WordPress Plugins as well. Your a role model for sharing such good info.

  13. Another great web design tool tip. Thank you.

  14. There are a wide variety of Google Fonts that you can download for Free. These Fonts not only make your site look more beautiful but also enhance the speed and performance of your web page. Great article. Thanks for sharing the video!

  15. Never know how easy to install fonts for website. Why have I not found you early…

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