What are Google Fonts?
Google Fonts is an interactive directory of free hosted web font-API’s. It was launched in 2010. They are released under the SIL Open Font License 1.1, a free software licence. The fonts are also served by Monotype’s SkyFonts, and Adobe’s Edge Web Fonts and Typekit services.
Below are some basic steps on how to use Google Webfonts with WP Edit Pro.
Setting up Google Fonts
Start by clicking on the Fonts Tab:
Activate Google Fonts
Make sure to activate “Google Fonts” by clicking the check box.
Select Google Fonts
Scroll through and find the fonts you would like to use.
The font name will be listed in the lower left hand corner of the font box (red arrow).
Once you have selected your desired font(s), go back to your WP Edit Pro admin panel and find the font in the dropdown box.
Once it is selected, it will show in your Current Font List (Red arrow). If you select the wrong font, just click the font and drag it to the Trash Bin (Blue arrow). This will completely remove it from your list. Click Save Font Options when you have all desired fonts selected (Purple arrow):
Adding Editor Buttons
Go back to the “Buttons Tab” and make sure Font Family and Font Size are added to your Editor Rows:
Be sure to “Save Button Options” (if ajax saving is disabled):
Start a new post (or edit an old one) and select your font from the dropdown box: