Google Fonts for WordPress
The Google Fonts library currently contains 877 unique fonts. This plugin allows you to easily use any of them on your WordPress website.
You’re not stuck with one font for the entire website, you can easily choose one font for headings and another for your content.
It’s hard to know which font will look good on your website, that’s why we’ve included a live preview feature. That means you can test each font and see a live preview of how it will look with your content instantly.
Once you’ve found a combination you love, you can press save and make the changes publicly visible.
The full Google Fonts library can be found here – Google Fonts
Live Customizer Preview: Choose and preview fonts in real time using the WordPress Customizer.
Over 870+ Google Fonts to choose from.
Works with any WordPress Theme. No coding required.
Easy One-Click Updates.
SSL and HTTPS compatible.
Efficient Font Loading using a single request.
SEO-Friendly (Search Engine Optimization).
Tested with PHP7
Selective Font Loading
Preconnect Resource Hints
Note: some features are Premium. Which means you need to upgrade to unlock those features. You can upgrade here: Google Fonts Pro
The Google Fonts for WordPress plugin will work with all WordPress themes and has been specifically tested with the following:
All StudioPress and Genesis Themes
For more info on Google Fonts for WordPress, check out the following:
If you find an issue with Google Fonts for WordPress, let us know here!
Google Fonts Gutenberg Block
Add some flair to your content with our new Gutenberg block.
All 870+ fonts available in the editor
Font size, variant and line-height settings
Text-align: left, right or center.
Anyone is welcome to contribute to the ‘Google Fonts for WordPress’ plugin.
There are various ways you can contribute:
Raise an Issue on GitHub
Send us a Pull Request with your bug fixes and/or new features
Translate the Google Fonts for WordPress plugin into different languages
Provide feedback and suggestions on enhancements
Upload ‘Google Fonts for WordPress’, activate it, and you’re done!
Navigate to wp-admin -> Appearance -> Customize and you will see a new tab named ‘Google Fonts’
Will my theme work with Google Fonts for WordPress?
We are 99.99% certain it will, if it doesn’t then please create a support ticket.