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Offline djoos5

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Adding fonts
« on: December 11, 2017, 04:31:09 PM »
I am running the 2.1 Beta 2 and I want to add a font.

I found the following instructions on a different thread but I am running into challenges. The instructions for the GenericControls.template and editor.js do not work - the searched code to be replaced is not in the php files.

I would appreciate any guidance on what has changed to affect adding a font. I have uploaded the font and updated my index.css, but I do not know what to do with the next two step.

Thanks for any help!

If they are free to use on a web page as well, and don't have a code like Google Fonts to use them as web fonts, then you have to download them to your computer, upload them to your theme directory in a new directory in /Themes/your_theme/fonts (so, inside there should be the files .ttf)

Next, open the file /Themes/your_theme/css/index.css and add this to the beginning:
change the name to the actual name of the file and the name of the font
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@font-face {
    font-family: 'here-the-name-of-the-font';
    src: url('../fonts/here-the-name-of-the-file.ttf') format('truetype');
    font-weight: normal;
    font-style: normal;
(this is for the page to load the font)

Then open the file /Themes/default/GenericControls.template.php:
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\'courier\': \'Courier\',
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\'courier\': \'Courier\',
\'here-the-name-of-the-font\': \'here how it should appear\',

Finally open the file /Themes/default/scripts/editor.js:
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'here how it should appear',

With this, the fonts should appear in the editor and selecting them to use in a post should make them appear for almost everyone, as I said, some fonts have issues in some devices.