✅ Google Fonts

If your website uses a Google Font (for example Roboto), our system will automatically detect it and add an @import  of the font URL to the CSS file.

✅ Web Fonts

If your website is using a Web Font that you have downloaded from the internet and installed in your computer (for example Montserrat), our system will detect that.

In case you are exporting code (Self Hosting), the font file will be included in the Code Package.
In case you are using our hosting (Managed Hosting), our system will upload the font to your hosting folder.

☝️ Mac OS Fonts

If your website is using a native Mac OS font (for example Avenir), then we are not able to automatically upload the Mac OS font file and link it via CSS.

If you have a license, then either you received the web font version of these fonts or you received a link to them accompanied with a snippet of @import  code. For the font to work for all visitors, place the @import  snippet under "HTML Meta Tags":

In case you do not have the license for the font, visitors of your site that have the font installed in their computer will see the website just like you see it. But others (for example visitors with Windows), will see the fallback fonts. 

Our default font fallback order is:

<Your Font>,Helvetica, Arial, serif

 

Custom Font Fallbacks

You can customize the fonts fallback order.

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