Using Custom Fonts with Google Fonts

Google Fonts is a huge online directory of fonts that are licensed under “free to use” terms to give you access to a more personalized font selection on your PageCloud page.

Add Custom Google Fonts to your Page

  There are several ways to add a custom Google font to your page.  

Copy and Paste the Font

  1. Head to Google Fonts.
  2. Select the custom font you would like to add to your page.
  3. Copy the font using CMD+C (on Mac) or CTRL+C (on Windows) shortcut.
  4. Head to the PageCloud editor.
  5. Paste the font directly onto the PageCloud page using CMD+V (on Mac) or CTRL+v (on Windows) Shortcut.
  6. This font will be added to your site and can be used on any textbox.
  7. Click "Save" to save your changes to the page.
  8. Click "View Live" to see the live video on your page.

Copy and Paste the URL

  1. Head to Google Fonts.
  2. Select the custom font you would like to add to your page.
  3. Copy the url from the preview page that you have chosen using CMD+C (on Mac) or CTRL+C (on Windows) shortcut.
  4. Head to the PageCloud editor.
  5. Paste the url directly onto the PageCloud page using CMD+V (on Mac) or CTRL+v (on Windows) Shortcut.
  6. This font will be added to your site and can be used on any textbox.
  7. Click "Save" to save your changes to the page.
  8. Click "View Live" to see the live video on your page.

Keyboard ShortCut

  1. If you already know the name of the custom google font you would like to add to your page you can use a keyboard shortcut.
  2. First press "N", then "F", one after another, quickly, to indicate a New Font.
  3. A dialog will appear asking you for the name of a recognized Google Font. 
  4. Type the name of the font you would like to add to your PageCloud site.
  5. The font is now added and can be accessed like standard fonts through textbox editing.
  6. Click "Save" to save your changes to the page.
  7. Click "View Live" to see the live video on your page.
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