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How to add a New Font

Writer Blog theme includes a collection of Google Fonts, which you can find in

Appearance -> Fonts and colors -> Fonts.





However the list of available fonts can be expanded by adding new ones.


Adding a New Google Font


  1. Open the core.lists.php file in the /fw/core/ directory, and find the get_list_fonts() function. You'll see an array of Google fonts.




  1. Duplicate one of the font entries and replace the name of the font with your own. The line would look like this:


'Cabin Condensed' => array('family'=>'sans-serif'),


In order to enter the correct values, go to Google Fonts, select the font you're going to use, and check its CSS rules.




  1. Save the changes.


Now your new font is available in the font settings for all typography elements.


Adding a Custom Font


  1. In the css/font-face/ directory, create a new folder and give it a name of your font.


  1. The folder has to contain a @font-face kit, which would load your custom font on a webpage.


The easiest way to create it is by using a webfont kit generator, such as Font Squirrel Generator (visit our tutorial to see how to use it).


Extract the generated archive into /css/font-face/your-font-name.


Important! Make sure that the name of your folder corresponds with the font-family value in the stylesheet.css.


  1. The only thing left now is to register your font name in functions.php.


Open up functions.php and find a line with 'required_custom_fonts'. Add the name of your font preceded by comma.




Congratulations! Now if you go to the Appearance -> Fonts & Colors, you'll see your new typeface available among the other fonts.