How to Setup Custom Titles with Google Fonts for WordPress
The third step in the guide to the Google Fonts for WordPress plugin will take you through the custom title presets, which will allow you to set up different titles throughout your website.
Step 1) Login to the WordPress Dashboard.
Step 3) To find your Custom Title Presets, head to Google Fonts -> Title Presets and Tools. The first port of call will be Manage Presets, which is where all of your custom titles will be shown. From here, you can set your default and make a change whenever you like. From here, you can add new presets and remove all presets from posts by clicking on the two buttons shown below.
Step 4) When you click on the Add New Preset button, a range of options will appear, including choosing a custom title font, colour and size. You can also add a vertical, horizontal and blur shadow, as well as being able to change the colour of the shadow. Save the preset once completed.
Step 4) If you have an XML file with title presets all ready to go, you can import the file at the Import Presets section. Simply choose the file from your computer and hit the upload import file button.
Step 5) The final section of the Custom Title Presets section is the Mass Title Tools section, where you can control all your titles in one section, including being able to capitalise all titles, uppercase the first word in all titles, uppercase or lower case all titles and replace the text in all titles.
The next step of the guide will focus on How to Add Social Buttons & Streams to Your Website with Google Fonts for WordPress .