How to Add Custom Fonts to WordPress

how to add custom fonts to wordpress
Fonts matter

Choosing the right font for your WordPress site is a central part of web design and website branding.

Like colors, images and other elements, typography plays a big part in how your site is perceived by visitors.

Thankfully, in WordPress fonts are one of many things that you can freely customize. You can use pretty much any free custom font on your WordPress site you want.

We will cover all you need to know about WordPress fonts:

How to Add Custom Fonts to WordPress Manually

When it comes to adding custom fonts to WordPress by hand, you have three main options: HTML, JavaScript and CSS. There are pros and cons to each method and which one is the right one for you depends on your setup. Don’t worry, we will go through each of them in detail.

1. Using CSS and @import

Let’s start with the least recommended method. If you plan to install custom typefaces from Google Fonts, you might have noticed that it has a tab labeled @import. The service gives you a piece of CSS code.

import tab in google fonts

You can either take it as it is and insert it into your header (more on that below) or copy it without the

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