In The Definitive Guide to Free Fonts you will find some suggested pairs. To see samples of Web sites that use in-the-wild fonts, click the picture or name.
To use the fonts on your website, click the Google Fonts links. Provided zipped downloadeds contain the latest version of fonts that you can download and download to your computer screen. Documents come from the Google Fonts Repository on GitHub - I periodically review the GitHub commitments to make sure the documents provided here contain the latest version.
Have you any suggestions for linking Google fonts? If you click on one of the above fonts name ( or picture examples), you will be taken to a page showing example fonts in the wilderness. May I use fonts from Google Fonts in my business project? Any fonts available in Google Fonts are published as open sources under either the SIL Open Fonts License 1.1.1 or the Apache License 2.0.
However, you should always review and review the single user licence before using a fonts in a work. May I use Google fonts in a WordPress topic I'm reselling? Any fonts available in Google Fonts are published as open sources under either the SIL Open Fonts Licence 1.1.1 or the Apache Licence 2.0.
Either licence allows re-distribution, provided that a copy of the initial licence and copyrighted work is attached. However, you should always review and review the single user licence before passing on a type. May I use fonts from Google Fonts in my prints? From this page, you can dowload the zipped file (using the link at the bottom right of the example images) and then reinstall the fonts on your local system as with any other fonts.
While some fonts are optimised for screen use, it is always a good practice to try printing some test prints to see how they look on a page. May I use fonts from Google fonts in Photoshop? From this page, you can dowload the zipped file (using the link at the bottom right of the example images) and then reinstall the fonts on your local system as with any other fonts.
Are you recommending self-hosting or using fonts directly from Google? Use the Google Fonts API (the HTML/CSS embedded codes provided by Google). In this way, you can use cross-site site coaching, i.e. a visitor has already stored the fonts temporarily in his or her local web browsers when visiting another website that uses the same fonts (and due to the Google font appeal, this is often likely).
When using self-hosting, each individual must directly fetch the fonts from your servers, which is usually much more slow. Which are your favourite Google Fonts scripts? Some of my favourites are Mandarin, Tanzschrift, Bad script and Sacramento. Which are your preferred fonts for Google Fonts?
Which are your favourite clunky screen stereotypes for Google Fonts?