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Features to download Fonts local

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Hello,

I know your posts about downloading fonts and handling local. I use it for my sites already and also know the process behind.

Yootheme allows for example, finally to download with a simple click the fonts and write the CSS parts into a file. This is a very nice and helpful feature.

Do you plan also such a feature in near future? Also for Helix, Pagebuilder and other Extensions?
For example, if I select somewhere in a Pagebuilder Element a font, this one is ALWAYS downloaded from Google server, also when the font exists locally.

Please, some one else interested in such a feature?

Greetings

3 Answers

Paul Frankowski - Staff

4 weeks ago #Permalink
Hi,
yes, we can consider this for Helix update.
Indeed it may help beginner webmasters.
Thanks.
Please dont forget Pagebuilder! It loads the fonts selected in some elements independent from the template!.
Also these font-selections should be downloadable and inserted into a template css file perhaps a special one for pagebuilder?

Paul Frankowski - Staff

4 weeks ago #Permalink
I general some users use 5-10 different fonts and they are surprises why the site is loading slow.
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I cannot promise soon, but for sure we will consider it.


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