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September 17, 2014 at 2:34 pm #3517
I have a purchased license for DSari fonts that I bought at MyFonts.com. I downloaded the MyFontsWebFonts kit with 6 weights @3 files each (.eot, .ttf, .woff) and have a paid API key from you. I am working on my new WordPress site offline and will be uploading it later via FTP.
1. Should I upload all file formats to my WP Site? or just the .ttf formats?
2. When filling in the font name, does the plugin automatically recognize the weight, so that I only need to write DSari? Or do I need to fill in the weight description as well (DSari light, Dsari light italic, etc.)?
Thanks for your help.
KimSeptember 18, 2014 at 4:31 am #3520
You just need to use 1 format (ttf is fine here).
The plugin doesn’t recognize the weight. So you should specify your self and upload the font variation you need.
ThanksSeptember 18, 2014 at 5:55 am #3521
Thanks for your answer. Now I can started (My theme is nice, but it is covered with Helvetica -new, which is ok, but a bit sterile.)
KimSeptember 18, 2014 at 8:44 am #3522
I’ve managed to get the fonts uploaded, but the site isn’t using them, even when I change them directly in the editor. I ‘ve made some screenshots with the “Developer’s Screen” on Safari opened. I keep getting HelveticaNeue.
Just a reminder, I am working offline using MAMP.
Do I have to place the MyFonts .CSS file directly into the htdocs “tint” theme folder?
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