Using Local Google Fonts on your WordPress website - Manually and with Yabe Webfont

I just uploaded a new video showing how to host Google fonts locally on a WordPress site using two different methods. First, I demonstrate how to do it manually using a custom WordPress theme. Then, I show off a new plugin called Yabe Webfont (thanks @suabahasa!), which greatly simplifies the process regardless of whether you are using a Page Builder or coding your theme by hand.

For anyone wondering, yes a good chunk of this video is from my course,
Build a Custom WordPress Theme with No Code using Pinegrow. This is a standalone topic that I thought the wider community could benefit from.


Another excellent video Adam.

One quick question. Do you know the difference between the free Yabe plugin and the pro version? It looks like there is no difference but it’s a way for people to support the development of it voluntarily.

According to @suabahasa, the developer:

There are no functionality differences (for now). The pro version has more integration.

I hope that by not limiting the functionality, users will enjoy the plugins and with the pleasure to upgrade to the Pro version.

I’m pretty sure the only real difference is that the pro version offers direct/automatic page builder integration and the free version does not.


Thank you Adam for another excellent video.

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