Google Fonts

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Is it possible to use local Fonts instead of Google-Fonts?
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In both Responsive Site Designer 2.5 and Site Designer V3 the Fonts drop-down list includes about 40 Web Safe Fonts before the list of Google Fonts. It also allows a choice of Web Safe Fallback Fonts if a Google Font is chosen. Because the default font initially shown is Helvetica, it is necessary to scroll UP the drop-down list to see many of the Web Safe fonts.

As to adding other fonts to one's web pages, please see this thread and this post and those that follow it.

Frank
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Mhm … I still have a fonts.googleapsis.com-cookie.
Please look at this: https://www.fineplanning.de/test.html

Thanks for your help!

Andreas
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I suggest that a check for cookies be made with http://www.cookie-checker.com/.

The HTML of your webpage will probably have something like the following in the header, as do my web pages generated by Site Designer V3, but the above cookie checker says there are no cookies.

<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Anton">


Frank
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Further to my post above, please see this page from Google which confirms that "No cookies are sent by website visitors to the Google Fonts API." I see also that the message at the foot of https://www.fineplanning.de/test.html doesn't mention cookies (if Google translate translated it correctly for me).

Frank

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