Custom Fonts enable you to completely personalize the text in your templates however you like. Choose between any Google fonts or a custom font of your liking and create eye-catching campaigns with the perfect branding.
To make use of the custom fonts, follow the few easy steps mentioned below.
Step 1: To add a Custom Font, click on the Site Settings link present on the bottom left of your screen. Click on the Custom Fonts tab.
Step 2: Choose whether you want to add a Google Font or a Custom Font. To add a font, click on the ADD CUSTOM FONT button. To add a font from Google’s font library, click on Google Fonts.
Step 3: This action will show you the entire font library so you can easily make your selection. Use the font type drop-down to view fonts by type. You can also use the search bar to look up a particular font. Once you find the font of your liking, just click on the ADD FONT button.
Step 4: Your selected font has now been succesfully added to the list of fonts available to you in the drag-and drop builder.
Step 5: Similarly, to add a font from any other font library, choose Custom Fonts from the ADD CUSTOM FONT dialog box.
Step 6: Fill in the font attributes to fetch your Custom Font, and click on the ADD FONT button.
You're done! You will also be able to see any fonts you add in the Custom Fonts tab. These will become available as font choices you see in the drag-and-drop builder.
How to disable a font?
To disable a font, turn off the blue toggle. A disabled font will not be available for use in the drag-and-drop builder. Please make sure it isn’t being used in any Lead generation or Email Marketing template before disabling it to avoid any styling issues.
How to delete a font?
To delete a font, click on the red trash icon present on the font display, and then click on the DELETE button to confirm.
Note: If your fonts aren’t rendering properly in the Custom Fonts tab, verify the Font name, Font Value, and Font CSS URL. A newly added font won’t appear in the Drag and Drop builder unless it renders properly in the Custom Fonts tab.