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How to Change Fonts in Your WordPress Theme (5 Easy Ways)

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Are you looking to change your WordPress theme font to something different?

The font of your website text plays an important role in the design and brand identity of your site. This can improve the readability of your content and make your site look modern and professional.

In this article, we are going to show you how to change font in WordPress in 5 different ways, so you can easily change fonts using codeless method, or change WordPress font without using any plugin.

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Why change the fonts on your WordPress site?

Fonts are an essential part of your website design and have a huge impact on how your WordPress site looks.

If your website has a hard-to-read font, it will be difficult to retain visitors and they will eventually abandon your site.

A font also shows your brand identity. For example, you can use specific fonts to give your site a more professional or casual look.

WordPress themes come with a default font, font size, and font color for your website. However, you might want to change the default font to something different.

That said, there are several ways to change fonts in WordPress. We will show you several different methods. You can click on the links below to jump to any section.

  • Change Fonts in WordPress Theme Customizer
  • Editing Fonts in the WordPress Full Site Editor
  • Change WordPress Fonts Using a WordPress Plugin
  • Change Fonts Using a WordPress Theme Builder
  • Customize Font Appearance in WordPress Content Editor

Change Fonts in WordPress Theme Customizer

An easy way to change your site’s font is to access the WordPress theme customizer. It lets you change the look of your website and shows a real-time preview.

Note : If your customization menu option is missing, then your theme is likely to have full site editing enabled and you will need to use a different method or switch themes.

For this tutorial, we will be using the Astra theme. However, the options will change depending on the WordPress theme you are using. Depending on your theme, you’ll want to look for “font” or “typography” options in the customizer.

First, you can head to Appearance » Customize from your WordPress dashboard.

Go to appearance menu Go to appearance menu

This will launch the WordPress theme customizer.

The Astra theme has a “Global” section with options to change site-wide styles. To change the font for your entire website, you can click on the “Global” option from the menu on your left.

Go to global settings Go to global settings

On the next screen, you will see options such as typography, colors, container, and buttons.

Allez-y et cliquez sur l’option “Typographie”.

Open typography settings Open typography settings

À partir de là, vous pouvez choisir différentes polices dans la section “Préréglages”.

These are default fonts offered by the theme and selecting a preset will change the font on your entire website.

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Besides that, you can also change fonts for individual elements on your theme.

For example, you can use a different font for body and headings. There are even options to use separate fonts for each heading level.

To start, simply choose a font from the ‘Font Family’ dropdown menu for any individual element.

Changer la police des éléments individuels Changer la police des éléments individuels

Besides that, there are more options to change the font size, weight, select variants, and more.

When you’re done, don’t forget to click the ‘Publish’ button.

You can now visit your website and see the new font. For instance, we changed the body font to Roboto and the heading font to Helvetica on our demo site.

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It’s important to note that not all WordPress themes will offer the same features and customizations that Astra is offering. If your theme doesn’t offer that, then continue reading to the next step.

Changing Fonts in WordPress Full Site Editor

If you’re using a block-based WordPress theme like Twenty Twenty-Two, then you can change your site’s font using the full site editor (FSE).

The full site editor allows you to customize your WordPress theme using blocks, just like when editing posts or pages using the WordPress content editor. However, FSE is currently in beta and only a handful of themes support it.

For the sake of this tutorial, we’ll use the Twenty Twenty-Two theme.

To get started, you can head over to Appearance » Editor from the WordPress admin panel.

Go to full site editor Go to full site editor

This will open the full site editor for your WordPress theme.

Next, you can click the Styles icon in the top right corner and then click on the ‘Typography’ option.

Open the style settings Open the style settings

After that, you can select elements like text and links to change their typography.

We’ll select Text as the element and then click on the ‘Font Family’ dropdown menu to change its font.

Change font in FSE Change font in FSE

When you’re done, simply click the ‘Save’ button.

You’ve successfully changed the font using the full site editor. You can also add custom fonts to your WordPress site as well and then change them in the full site editor.

Change WordPress Fonts Using a WordPress Plugin

Another way of changing WordPress fonts is by using a WordPress plugin like Easy Google Fonts.

It’s a free WordPress typography plugin that lets you add over 600 Google fonts and different font variants to your website.

First, you’ll need to install and activate the Easy Google Fonts plugin. If you need help, then please see our guide on how to install a WordPress plugin.

Upon activation, you will see the Easy Google Fonts welcome screen in your WordPress dashboard. You can scroll down and click the ‘Go to Settings → Easy Google Fonts’ button.

Go to easy google fonts settings Go to easy google fonts settings

On the next screen, you will see different plugin settings.

Go ahead and click the ‘Manage with Live Preview’ button at the top.

Click manage with live preview Click manage with live preview

This will open the WordPress theme customizer, and you be in the ‘Typography’ tab.

Another way of accessing fonts added by the plugin is by going to Appearance » Customize from your WordPress dashboard and then clicking the ‘Typography’ tab.

Go to the typography tab Go to the typography tab

On the next screen, you’ll see the ‘Default Typography’ option.

Go ahead and click on it.

Go to default typography Go to default typography

After that, you can change the font of every element on your website.

For example, let’s change the font of Heading 1. Simply click the arrow next to Heading 1 to expand the options. From here, you can click the ‘Font Family’ dropdown menu and select a font.

Select a font using a plugin Select a font using a plugin

You can do the same for other heading levels and paragraphs.

Don’t forget to click the ‘Publish’ button when you’re done.

Change Fonts Using a WordPress Theme Builder

There are many powerful WordPress theme builders that let you create a custom theme without editing code. You can use them to change the font of different elements on your website.

For this tutorial, we’ll use SeedProd. It’s the best landing page and theme builder plugin for WordPress and offers a drag and drop builder to create custom themes without touching a single line of code.

Note that you’ll need the SeedProd Pro version because it includes the theme builder. There is also a SeedProd Lite version that you can use for free.

First, you’ll need to install and activate the SeedProd plugin. For more details, please see our guide on how to install a WordPress plugin.

Upon activation, you’ll see the SeedProd welcome screen. Go ahead and enter your license key and click the ‘Verify key’ button. You can easily find the license key in your SeedProd account area.

SeedProd license key SeedProd license key

After that, you can head over to SeedProd » Theme Builder from the WordPress dashboard.

Next, go ahead and click the ‘Themes’ button at the top.

Create your custom theme Create your custom theme

From here, the plugin will show you multiple themes to choose from.

Simply hover over a theme you want to use and then click on it. We’ll use the Starter theme for this tutorial.

Choose a starter theme Choose a starter theme

SeedProd will now generate different theme templates.

You can edit each template and customize your WordPress theme. There’s even an option to manually add a theme template.

Let’s edit the Homepage theme template and change the fonts of different elements. To start, click the ‘Edit Design’ link under Homepage.

Edit homepage design Edit homepage design

This will launch the SeedProd’s drag and drop theme builder. You can add new elements from the menu on your left and place them anywhere on the template.

To change the font of any theme section, simply select it. For example, we’ll select the text box under the Starter heading.

Next, go to the ‘Advanced’ tab from the menu on your left and click the ‘Edit’ button in front of Typography.

Select text in theme builder Select text in theme builder

After that, you’ll see multiple options to edit the typography of your selected section.

You can click on the ‘Font Family’ dropdown menu and choose a font for your text. There are also options to select font weight, adjust the font size, line height, letter spacing, alignment, letter case, and more.

Change font in theme builder Change font in theme builder

You can now repeat this step and change the font of other elements on your theme.

When you’re done, simply click the ‘Save’ button at the top.

To apply the custom theme and fonts, go to SeedProd » Theme Builder and toggle the switch next to the ‘Enable SeedProd Theme’ option to Yes.

Enable SeedProd theme Enable SeedProd theme

If you’re looking to create a WordPress theme from scratch, then see our guide on how to easily create a custom WordPress theme.

Customize Font Appearance in WordPress Content Editor

Using the content editor, you can also change how your fonts appear in specific blog posts and pages.

The downside of this method is that it will only apply the new font to that particular post or page only. You’d have to repeat this step manually for all other posts where you want to apply similar customization.

This can be really handy for post specific customizations, but if you’re looking for a sitewide font change option, then you should consider the other options instead.

With that said, to change the font using WordPress content editor, simply edit a post or add a new one. Once you’re in the WordPress content editor, select the text to change its appearance.

In the settings panel on your right, head to the ‘Typography’ section. Then click the 3 dots in front of Typography and select ‘Appearance’ from the dropdown options.

Open typography settings in content editor Open typography settings in content editor

Once you do that, the Appearance settings will be visible under the Typography section.

Simply click the dropdown menu under Appearance and select a style for your font. For example, you can make the font bold, thin, italic, black, bold italic, extra bold, and more.

There are also options to change the font size, choose a letter case, edit the color, enable drop caps, and more.

Choose an appearance style Choose an appearance style

Don’t forget to update or publish your page when you’re done.

We hope this article helped you learn how to change font in WordPress. You can also see our ultimate WordPress SEO guide for beginners, and check out our expert-pick of the best email marketing services for small businesses.

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Change Your Site’s Fonts

Choosing a font is a great way to add a unique look to your site. Each theme has a curated list of fonts you can choose, including Google Fonts.

To change your fonts, you will use a different option that depends on which theme you are using:

  • If you are using a theme that supports the Site Editor (i.e. you can see Appearance → Editor in your dashboard), you can change your site’s fonts using Styles in the Site Editor.
  • If you are using one of these themes, use the Global Styles option in the WordPress editor.
  • For other themes, you can customize the fonts used on your site through Appearance → Customize → Fonts.

Table of Contents

  1. Change Fonts with the Site Editor
  2. Change Fonts with Global Styles
    1. Adjusting Font Size
  3. Change Fonts in the Customizer
    1. Adjust Font Size and Style
    2. Save Fonts
    3. Change Fonts
    4. Reset Fonts
  4. Apply a Font to Specific Text
  5. Use Custom Fonts
  6. Frequently Asked Questions

Change Fonts with the Site Editor

If your site uses a theme that supports the Site Editor, you can change your site’s fonts with the Typography settings accessible from the Styles button in the Site Editor.

An arrow points to the Styles button in the Site Editor.

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Change Fonts with Global Styles

If your site uses any of these themes, you can use Global Styles to change the font of your site

  1. In your dashboard, click on Pages.
  2. Click on the Add New button or an existing page title to open it in the WordPress Editor.
    • Select your preferred layout or the default Blank layout if adding a new page.
  3. In the editor, click the Global Styles button. The “Aa” button is located between the Settings icon and the green Jetpack button.
  4. Click the drop-down under Headings or Base Font to see the available font options.

A box around the the Global Styles button that is located in the top left corner of the block editor between the Page Settings button and the Jetpack settings button.

Fonts are set in pairs, one for headings and the other for the base font.

  • Heading Font: Choose a font to use for all of the headings on your blog. Common examples of heading text include post and page titles, widget titles, comment headers, and headlines inside posts and pages.
  • Base Font: Choose a font to use for the main body text and for the menus on your blog.

Click Publish to save your new font pairings in the Global Styles menu or Reset to revert the changes.

Publishing your changes in the Global Styles menu will not publish the specific page you are working on.

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The Block Editor provides options for changing the font size within individual blocks.

To change the heading font size, select a different heading (H1, H2, etc) in your heading block.

The toolbar above a Heading block with the option to change which heading size to use. H5 through H6 options are located in the Block Settings to the side of the Block Editor.

Paragraphs, buttons, and other text blocks have a Typography option in the Block Settings where you can change the text size to a Preset size or type in a custom font size.

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If you don’t see the Block Settings menu on the right side of your screen, click the cog icon next to your “Update” or “Publish” button to open the menu.

The right side of the editor with the Settings cog activated to show the Block settings. Example of the Typography options for a Paragraph block

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Change Fonts in the Customizer

Many themes have options to change the font by going to Appearance → Customize. If you don’t see font options in the Customizer, check to see if your theme supports the Global Styles method of changing fonts.

  1. From your dashboard, go to Appearance → Customize.
  2. Click on the Fonts option in the Customizer.
  3. Click the drop-down under Headings or Base Font to see the available font options.

The Customizing Fonts section of the Customizer displaying the Headings and Base Font drop-down menus.

Fonts are set in pairs, one for headings and the other for the base font.

  • Headings: Choose a font to use for all of the headings on your blog. Common examples of heading text include post and page titles, widget titles, comment headers, and headlines inside posts and pages.
  • Base Font: Choose a font to use for the main body text and for the menus on your blog.

Each time you change a font, the live preview refreshes so you can see how that font will look on your blog.

Ajustar el tamaño y el estilo de la fuente

Font style – To adjust the style of your heading fonts, click the option below and to the left of the font. The available styles will vary depending on the font you have chosen.

Font size – To adjust the size of either your heading or your base fonts, click the size option below and to the right for each selected font and select a size from the drop-down menu.

The Customizing Fonts panel with the Headings option set to Tangerine, the font style set to bold and the font size set to huge.

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You can change the global default font sizes with custom CSS.

Save Fonts

Once you are satisfied with your font selections, Publish your site, or Save Draft if you want to continue to customize your site before publishing it.

Change Fonts

Once you’ve selected your custom fonts, you can change them as often as you want.

To change the custom fonts you use, go to Appearance → Customize → Fonts and select a different Header or Base Font. Or, you can switch back to your Theme’s default font by clicking the X to the right of the custom font name.

Once you are satisfied with your changes to the fonts, click Publish or Save Draft to continue customizing your site.

The Customizing Fonts panel with an arrow pointing to the X to the right of the custom heading font to reset the font to the theme's default. Click the X next to a custom font to restore the default font for the theme.

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It may take a few minutes for your fonts to show up on your blog or site after you save them. You may also want to clear your browser’s cache to be sure you’re viewing the latest version of your site.

Reset Fonts

To reset your fonts to the theme’s defaults, you can click the X next to your current font.

  1. Go to Appearance → Customize
  2. Click Fonts.
  3. Click the X next to the custom font to reset the font to the theme’s default.
  4. Click Save Changes.

the Customizer Fonts option with the mouse clicking on the X next to the font selected for Headings and Base Font to set the font back to the theme's default.

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Apply a Font to Specific Text

When choosing fonts, you’ll see options to set the fonts for your overall site, not for individual pages or a specific line of text. This is a best practice when it comes to design — websites look best when there is consistency with the fonts across the entire site. If a site had a bunch of different fonts, it could get unwieldy.

If your goal is to make a piece of text stand out, consider other ways of doing so, such as applying different colors, using a Quote block, or inserting an image.

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Use Custom Fonts

You can use a plugin that installs more fonts on your site. Many plugins will allow you to add your own fonts to your site. When reviewing plugins, check the ratings, the number of positive comments, and the type of support you can expect from the Plugin Developer. If you decide not to use a plugin after testing it, make sure to deactivate/delete it to keep your plugin list clean.

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Not sure which font to choose? Get some ideas with this post on nine free and elegant cursive fonts.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I connect a Typekit.com account to my WordPress.com site?

It is not possible to connect an outside Typekit.com account to a WordPress.com site or blog.

Will the fonts display in my language?

If you have selected a non-Latin language for the blog under Settings → General, then all of the custom font’s characters will be loaded. If you have selected a Latin language such as English, Italian, Portuguese, or Spanish, then only a smaller subset of the font will be loaded. If some characters aren’t displaying correctly on your blog, please check the language settings first to ensure you have selected the language you are writing in. Then, go to your Customizer → Fonts and re-save the font to make it update to your new language setting.

How can I tell if the font I want to use is supported for my language?

The best way to check if a particular font will display properly in any given language is to try that font in the Customizer and see if the font changes from the theme default. Currently, no Asian languages are supported, and Cyrillic is supported in most, but not all, font families. Wider language support is an area that will continue to grow and improve in the future.

Why does a different font briefly appear before my chosen font appears?

This is called Flash of Unstyled Text (FOUT). The text is displayed in the theme’s default font on slower connections first. This way, people can start reading your content before your custom font loads instead of waiting while looking at a blank page. This might mean that there’s a flash of a different font before the page finishes loading, but overall this is better for viewers on slower connections than seeing a blank screen. If you don’t want this to happen, you can add this CSS code to your site using the CSS Editor in Appearance → Customize → Additional CSS (Premium, Business, eCommerce, and legacy Pro only): .wf-loading body { visibility: hidden; } or html:not(.wf-active) body { display: none; }

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How to Change Font in WordPress Theme (Any Theme)

Last update: January 26, 2021

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How to change font in WordPress theme

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Having trouble changing the font of your WordPress theme?

Your site’s typography plays a huge role in its branding and usability, so it’s an important decision you want to make right.

Heureusement, la plupart des thèmes WordPress sont livrés avec des options intégrées pour changer les polices, bien que certains soient plus flexibles que d’autres à cet égard, et il existe également des plugins qui fonctionnent avec n’importe quel thème.

In this post, we’ll start by showing you how to change font in a WordPress theme using its built-in options. Then, if your theme doesn’t have the fonts that you want, we’ll also share some free plugins that you can use to add more font choices to any WordPress theme – even if your theme doesn’t offer flexible built-in options. We’ll also show you how you can change WordPress fonts for individual pieces of content using the WordPress editor.

📚 Table of contents:

  • How to change fonts in the WordPress Customizer
  • How to add Google Fonts to any WordPress theme
  • How to change fonts in the editor

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How to change font in WordPress theme using the WordPress Customizer

In 2022, most WordPress themes rely on the native WordPress Customizer for style and design customization, which means that you’ll usually find a theme’s font choices there.

In this first section, we’ll show you how to use those built-in font options using our flexible Neve theme as an example.

However, it’s important to note that each theme does things slightly differently. Additionally, Neve is a pretty flexible theme, so there’s a good chance your theme might not offer quite as many font options.

With that being said, you should be able to follow this method with any theme and at least access some font choices.

1. Open the WordPress Customizer

To get started, go to Appearance → Customize to open the WordPress Customizer:

Open WordPress Customizer Open WordPress Customizer

2. Locate font/typography settings

Next, you need to locate your theme’s font/typography settings. Unfortunately, these are in a different spot for each theme, so you might need to do some digging around the different settings areas.

For the Neve theme, you’ll find a top-level option called Typography – click to select it:

How to change font in WordPress Neve theme How to change font in WordPress Neve theme

3. Choose fonts and save changes

Now, you can make your actual choices. Depending on the theme, you might see the typography settings broken down further by the type of content. The Neve theme does this:

Diferentes opciones de fuente Different font options

For example, if you want to change the WordPress font for your theme’s headings (e.g. the post/page title), you could open those font settings. You can see that you have a number of different fonts to choose from with the Neve theme:

Cómo cambiar la fuente en el tema de WordPress How to change font in WordPress theme

As you make your choices, you should automatically see the fonts update in your theme’s live preview.

Once you’re happy with how everything looks, click the blue Publish button to make your new font choices live.

How to add Google Fonts to any WordPress theme

If you followed the tutorial above on how to change font in a WordPress theme and were underwhelmed by your theme’s built-in font options, a good backup option is to use a plugin that gives you access to more font options – particularly, to thousands of fonts in the Google catalog.

There are several options here, but one of the most popular is the free Easy Google Fonts plugin.

Sources faciles de Google Easy Google Fonts

Author(s): Titanium Themes

Current Version: 2.0.4

Last Updated: July 23, 2021

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92%Ratings 300,000+Installs WP 5.8+Requires

Easy Google Fonts works with any WordPress theme and lets you choose from the over 600+ free fonts that Google Fonts offers. If you’re not familiar, Google Fonts is probably the most popular source for free fonts and it includes more than enough options for most sites.

To show you how this works, we’ll switch to the default Twenty Twenty One theme (which has very basic typography controls) and then configure the plugin to add more font choices.

1. Install and activate the plugin

To get started, install and activate the free Easy Google Fonts plugin from WordPress.org. You can follow our guide on how to install a WordPress plugin if you’re not sure how to do this.

2. Choose which Google Fonts to use

Next, you want to choose the font(s) that you want to use. While you can see the full list from the plugin’s settings, it’s easier to browse all of your options at the Google Fonts website because you can see previews of what each font looks like.

Check out our collection of the best Google Fonts options if you need some inspiration. You also usually want to choose at least two fonts that pair well.

Once you find a font that you like, make sure to note down its name to help you remember it. You should also pick the specific styles that you like. For example, “Medium 500”:

Elija utilise Google Fonts Choisissez des polices de Google Fonts

3. Open WordPress Customizer and edit fonts

Now, go to Appearance → Customize in your WordPress dashboard to open the WordPress Customizer.

You should see a new Typography section at the top of the sidebar menu. These settings come from the Easy Google Fonts plugin (not your theme):

Accéder à la configuration de Easy Google Fonts Accéder aux paramètres Easy Google Fonts

In the sub-menu, choose Default Typography.

Now, you’ll be able to choose a font from Google Fonts for different types of content on your site:

  • Paragraphs – the text inside pages/posts.
  • Heading 1 – the title of your blog post/page. Learn more.
  • Heading 2 – the top-level heading inside your post/page.
  • Heading 3 – a sub-heading underneath heading 2.
  • Etc.

Cómo cambiar la source dans le thème de WordPress en utilisant Google Fonts Comment changer la police dans le thème WordPress à l'aide de Google Fonts

Click Edit Font for the type of content you want to customize. Then, you can choose the font name and weight. As you make your choices, you should see the live preview of your site update:

Haga su selección de fuente Faites votre choix de police

Once you’re happy with your choices, click Publish to make your new fonts live.

Bonus: How to change WordPress fonts in the editor

With the two methods above, we showed you how to change font in a WordPress theme for your entire site. That is, if you update the font for your paragraph text, that will affect all of the paragraph text on your site.

However, you also might have situations where you only want to change the fonts for a specific piece of content.

To set this up, you can use the free “Fonts Plugin” plugin (which also lets you add custom fonts to your WordPress theme, much like the Easy Google Fonts plugin in the previous section).

Complément de sources | Typographie de sources de Google Fonts Plugin | Google Fonts Typography

Author(s): Fonts Plugin

Current Version: 3.2.0

Last Updated: October 13, 2022

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100%Ratings 200,000+Installs WP 4.0+Requires

Once you install and activate the free plugin, you’ll get a new Google Fonts block that lets you add text using any font from Google Fonts. You can also use the block settings to choose between paragraph text or headings:

Cómo cambiar la source de WordPress dans l'éditeur de bloques Comment changer la police WordPress dans l'éditeur de blocs

That’s how to change font in a WordPress theme

At this point, you should know how to change font in a WordPress theme.

Si vous utilisez déjà un thème flexible, tel que Neve, vous pouvez utiliser les options de typographie intégrées de votre thème dans WordPress Customizer.

Guides du débutant #WordPress : Comment changer les polices dans n’importe quel #thème WordPress🔠🔡

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Ou, si votre thème n’offre pas beaucoup d’options intégrées, vous pouvez ajouter la prise en charge des plus de 600 polices de Google Fonts à l’aide du plugin Easy Google Fonts (ou du plugin Fonts que je vous ai montré dans la section bonus).

Pour d’autres façons de personnaliser votre thème et de vous l’approprier, consultez notre guide sur la façon de transformer n’importe quel thème WordPress en un site de marque personnalisé.

Vous avez encore des questions sur la façon de changer les polices WordPress ? Demandez-nous dans la section commentaires!

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