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Use custom fonts

When using the Brand & Customize add-on you have the option to choose between different fonts. Ideally, you should select a font, that comes close to the font you use in your own branding.

1. Use a standard font

In the current version of Brand & Customize we decided to make the most common fonts available as options to choose from. Almost everyone should be able to see these fonts. A small minority will see fall back fonts. Those are decided by the user’s browser and/or operating system.

2. Use a custom/external font

With this method you can add custom fonts, by using either Google Fonts or Adobe Fonts (Typekit).

Example, using “Ubuntu” provided by Google Fonts:

Get the embed code from Google:

Screenshot of Google Fonts embed code

Paste the code into the corresponding fields in the Brand & Customize settings:

Using an external Google Font with picu Brand & Customize

Example, using “Futura” provided by Typekit:

Get the embed code from Typekit:

Embed code from Adobe Fonts / Typekit

Font family from Adobe Fonts / Typekit

Paste the code into the corresponding fields in the Brand & Customize settings:

Using an external Adobe / Typekit Font with picu Brand & Customize

Still having issues?

In your WordPress Admin go to picu > Settings > Debug Info and copy the contents of theis and your questions to support@picu.io.