Is there a way to use the Typekit service with Yola

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Is there a way to use the Typekit service with Yola to change or increase the number of fonts that can be used
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Jon Morrow

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Hi Jon Morrow

If you want o have different fonts, such as cursive fonts, you could use Google Web Fonts. I built a quick test site in Notepad using HTML with a Google Web Font on it. If you want to see the test site I made, it is on Dropbox, here: Cool Test Website.

Google Web fonts is Free and is very easy to use. All you have to do is copy a very short code and paste it into an HTML widget on your site.

To use Google Web Fonts, all you have to do is select a font and copy the code.

1.) Go to Google Web Fonts

2.) Click on the font you want to use.

3.) Click on the last tab, "Use this font"

4.) Copy the <link href=""> code and paste it into an HTML widget at the top of your page.

5.) In the same HTML widget, put this code under it:


<style type="text/css">
p {
font-family: 'CUSTOM FONT NAME', arial, sans-serif;
}
</style>


Replacing 'CUSTOM FONT NAME' with the actual font name. (Keep the single quotes wrapped around it)

That's it! All of the paragraphs on your page will now have this font.

If you want to change it, say, all of the h2's on your page, just change p toh2

If you have any questions, please let me know.

Nathan