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Video Tutorial: How to Upload Fonts to Your Blog

By Feb 27, 2014July 8th, 201425 Comments

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Do you want to add your own personal style to your blog posts? Maybe you want to dress up your posts with some fun fonts? Installing fonts to your blog is not only easy but doesn’t require a lick of coding! Yes, you read that right. No coding!

Not only are we sharing our all-time favorite fonts with you today but we are also showing you how to get hundreds of fonts installed on your WordPress site.

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Installing Fonts to Your Blog

Typically if you wanted to use a new font within a blog post, you’d have to go into your CSS editor and code that particular font in. First of all the majority of us don’t know how to work with CSS. Secondly, this is a major time suck if you just want one temporary font change. Thankfully, there is an easier way to install fonts to your blog. With the use of a great plugin you’ll have access to hundreds of fonts! Not only will you have access to these fonts but you can install them within seconds.

Watch this video tutorial on how to install fonts. This video tutorial will show you step by step how to upload fonts to your WordPress site.

Favorite Fonts

Now that you know how to quickly and easily install fonts, we want to share our favorite fonts with you! Have fun with these fonts and let your personality shine!

Fonts for Blog Design

When you are designing your site, fonts are one of the easiest ways to make the site your own. There are thousands of fonts available on the Internet so finding one that is right for you shouldn’t be too hard.

Here are our favorite fonts for web design. You can also read the full post here.

blog design fonts

Cocktail Script

Open Sans

Honey Script


Richard Murray


Gill Sans Ultra Bold


Cursive Fonts

Cursive fonts are a lot of fun and really bring a sense of style to any blog or graphic. Cursive fonts are great to use within post titles, blog signatures or your heading tags.

Here are our favorite cursive fonts. You can also read the full post here.

free cursive fonts

Beaked Tyrant

Royal Chicken

Cheddar Jack

Honey Script

Jennifer Lynne

Richard Murray


Great Vibes

Spring Fonts

Spring and Easter are both right around the corner and the perfect time to start having some fun with fonts. Add some style to your blog posts by changing up your font with a little spring style.

Included in this post is a collection of favorite spring and Easter fonts. These fonts would be great for a craft business, candy shop, and other nostalgic services. Or just for seasonal advertising.

You can read the full post here.

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  • Kristi, liked these fonts and the possibilities they bring. I know I can use them with my website but I was wondering how i could use them with my wordpress.com blog. Do they work in that platform?
    By the way, first time at your blog; very well done.

    • Hmm, just saw Christine’s comment below when my comment posted. She answered my wordpress question. Anyway thanks for all your insights and great information.

  • Christine says:

    I was so excited to find out about fonts until I discovered “they are only applicable to self-hosted blogs and web sites using the WordPress.org software. Plugins are not permitted here at WordPress.com for various security reasons.” Bummer.

  • Kathy says:

    I have been wondering how to do this! Thank you!

  • Thanks for this. I love it! And thank you for keeping it simple. Is there a way to automatically change the font in the blog title to ALL my posts at once? I realize this probably involves working w/ CSS and I don’t know much…but I’m willing to learn.

  • cole says:

    IF you don’t know how to work with CSS, you really shouldn’t have a blog.

  • Hope says:

    This is great help, thank you! I have really enjoyed styling my blog and changing the font can definitely change the whole feel/presentation.

  • Danylle says:

    I am having a hard time navigating the Google API option too. Could you offer some assistance?

    • Danylle says:

      I figured it out, if you stay in the old version and not the “Cloud” version it is much easier to find.

      • Thanks for the suggestion to switch to the old version. However, I’m still not seeing what I need. I clicked Create Project b/c that seemed to be the only option. What next? I don’t see key similar to the one on Kristi’s tutorial.

        • Danylle says:

          Hi Stephanie,
          I found it after you create a new project click “My Project” (or whatever you named your project) then “APIs” then “Credentials”, where it says “Create New Key”. It is really not easy to navigate that website.
          Hope it helps!

          • Thank you so much for the help. That site is NOT user friendly. After “create new key” a box came up and wanted me to chose which type of key “server key” “browser key” “android key” iOS key” ??? I feel like this is multiple choice test and I’m doing a process of elimination here. aaakkkk!

          • Kelli says:

            I created new browser key and didn’t know what to write in the box. The API key it gave me does not work 🙁 I’ve been at this for days. And today I’ve been trying for about two hours.

          • DrJulieAnn says:

            If you are in the plug-in, click on the question mark and you will see a video that walks you through it step by step. I couldn’t get it to work, either, and then discovered that I had forgotten a step. I regenerated a key and now it works!

  • Sierra says:

    I’ve always loved seeing the fonts and images on others blogs. Yet, I get all nervous at trying this on mine.

  • Great tutoria…but I’m also have difficulty in getting an API code-any hints?

  • Wow- great tutorial! Love the video instructions! Can’t wait to try!

  • thanks so much for this.. I hate figuring out the html and all that crap lol

  • {Kathy} Oh how timely! Thank you for this!

  • Adrian says:

    Does anyone know if this is an option for blogger blogs? I literally have about 8 fonts to choose from and I’m not wild about any of them.

    • Danylle says:

      Hi Adrian,
      You can access more Blogger fonts by going into to your Blogger Dashboard and click on the TEMPLATE option, from there CUSTOMIZE this will open the Blogger Template Designer click ADVANCED, Under PAGE TEXT you will have a list of fonts to choose from. Hope it helps. I doing a series of Blogger tutorials lately but haven’t gotten to the Fonts yet.

  • Thank you! Totally need tutorials!

  • Thanks for the tutorial, it looks so simple to do.

  • I wasn’t able to get an api key. There’s no developer option there. There’s all other choices but not one for a Developer API. Any other suggestions?