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    Hi everyone,
    I am trying to upload MuseoSans 500 and MuseoSans 900 on my website to use them as text and title fonts respectively.
    I followed the documentation: https://kriesi.at/documentation/enfold/typography/#toggle-id-15
    I had .otf files, transformed in .woff using font kit generator, zipped both together and uploaded but it doesnt work. Then I tried to zip them separately (woff and woff2 MuseoSans500 in a zip file and woff and woff2 of MuseoSans900 in another zip file). But it still doesn’t work It now recognize a MacOS font as you can see in back end.

    Providing credentials in pvt.
    Am I doing something wrong?



    Hi Sitibus,
    have you tried some other, freely available .woff-files? Maybe something went wrong with the transformation from .otf to .woff. If the other fonts are accepted I guess that there’s really a problem with the conversion.

    Kind regards,



    Thank you for the inquiry.

    Yes, you can upload custom fonts to the Enfold > Import/Export > Custom Font Manager option, but you have to make sure that the font files are from the Google font library, fonts from other sources are not allowed. Please check the link below.

    // https://fonts.google.com/

    Best regards,


    I’m sorry, but I don’t understand, what you are saying is that i cannot upload a font that is not a Google Font, even if I have a webfont licence, or that I can’t upload it using this process?



    You cannot upload it using the Custom Font Manager because it is intended for Google fonts, but you can still register the font using the @fontface rule as described below.

    // https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/@font-face

    Or by using a plugin such as the following.

    // https://wordpress.org/plugins/custom-fonts/

    Best regards,

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