How to Change Your Site’s Font with Use Any Font
In this article we will show you how to use Use Any Font to change the font you use for the posts and pages of your website.
Please note: For this article you will need to install the Use Any Font plugin.
Step 1) Login to the WordPress Dashboard.
Step 2) Scroll down to Settings and choose Use Any Font from the dropdown.
Step 3) In order to start using the plugin effectively, you need to purchase an API Key. You can pay between $0-100 for your API, and this will enable font conversion once added.
Step 4) Add your API key to the box provided and save it.
Step 5) If you have downloaded fonts, you can add them to your website here. Upload your file and click the blue Upload button. It will then show up in a list below.
Step 6) Once uploaded, you can assign the font to all body tags, or jus a few, including h1, h2, h3, etc., blockquotes, lists, paragraphs and hyperlinks. You can also add custom CSS elements to your fonts, including colours, borders, etc.
Step 7) Tick the box if you wish to disable the font list in WordPress editor, then save your settings.
Step 8) Head back to your Dashboard and click Posts >> Add New. Your fonts will be available under Font Family.
Step 9) Once chosen, your font will be added to your Editor, and you can write away at will.
Step 10) Here is an example of a post that has been written in a new and uploaded font.