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Custom Font on Studio Theme

luke01
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How can I get my custom font "Wilder"  to show on the Studio them? I have already added it to the assets. But I cant figure out the code or where to put the code.

 

The store is not published yet. 

 

Site is: https://b85dcc.myshopify.com Password is rawbla 

 

Thank you for the help. 

Accepted Solution (1)

sahilsharma9515
Shopify Partner
839 100 150

This is an accepted solution.

Hi @luke01 Please follow the steps.

 

  • Upload your font files: Upload your custom font files (e.g., .woff, .woff2) to your Shopify theme. You can do this by navigating to the "Online Store" section of your Shopify admin panel, selecting "Themes," and then clicking on "Actions" > "Edit code" for your current theme. In the theme editor, you can upload your font files to the "Assets" folder.
  • Add font-face rule in CSS: Once your font files are uploaded, you need to define a @font-face rule in your CSS to specify the font-family and the paths to your font files. You can add this rule to your theme's CSS file. Here's an example:

 

@font-face {
    font-family: 'CustomFont';
    src: url('{{ 'customfont.woff2' | asset_url }}') format('woff2'), /* Modern Browsers */
         url('{{ 'customfont.woff' | asset_url }}') format('woff'); /* Older Browsers */
    font-weight: normal;
    font-style: normal;
}

 

 

Replace 'CustomFont' with the desired name for your custom font and 'customfont.woff2' and 'customfont.woff' with the file names of your font files.

  • Apply the font to your styles: Once the font-face rule is defined, you can use the custom font by specifying font-family in your CSS styles. For example:

 

body {
    font-family: 'CustomFont', sans-serif;
}

 

 

Replace 'CustomFont' with the name you used in the @font-face rule.

  • Apply the font in your Shopify theme templates: Once you've added the font to your CSS, you can apply it to specific elements in your Shopify theme templates by adding custom CSS classes or modifying existing styles.

If you will unable to implement the same then I'm happy to do this for you, let me know. I can implement the code changes so that this will work well for you.

 

Hopefully it will help you. If yes then Please don't forget hit Like and Mark it as solution!

 

Best Regards

Sahil

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sahilsharma9515
Shopify Partner
839 100 150

This is an accepted solution.

Hi @luke01 Please follow the steps.

 

  • Upload your font files: Upload your custom font files (e.g., .woff, .woff2) to your Shopify theme. You can do this by navigating to the "Online Store" section of your Shopify admin panel, selecting "Themes," and then clicking on "Actions" > "Edit code" for your current theme. In the theme editor, you can upload your font files to the "Assets" folder.
  • Add font-face rule in CSS: Once your font files are uploaded, you need to define a @font-face rule in your CSS to specify the font-family and the paths to your font files. You can add this rule to your theme's CSS file. Here's an example:

 

@font-face {
    font-family: 'CustomFont';
    src: url('{{ 'customfont.woff2' | asset_url }}') format('woff2'), /* Modern Browsers */
         url('{{ 'customfont.woff' | asset_url }}') format('woff'); /* Older Browsers */
    font-weight: normal;
    font-style: normal;
}

 

 

Replace 'CustomFont' with the desired name for your custom font and 'customfont.woff2' and 'customfont.woff' with the file names of your font files.

  • Apply the font to your styles: Once the font-face rule is defined, you can use the custom font by specifying font-family in your CSS styles. For example:

 

body {
    font-family: 'CustomFont', sans-serif;
}

 

 

Replace 'CustomFont' with the name you used in the @font-face rule.

  • Apply the font in your Shopify theme templates: Once you've added the font to your CSS, you can apply it to specific elements in your Shopify theme templates by adding custom CSS classes or modifying existing styles.

If you will unable to implement the same then I'm happy to do this for you, let me know. I can implement the code changes so that this will work well for you.

 

Hopefully it will help you. If yes then Please don't forget hit Like and Mark it as solution!

 

Best Regards

Sahil

- Your

 Coffee Tip 

can create magic in coding ❤️❤️

- Need a Shopify Developer? CHAT ON WHATSAPP or EMAIL ME !


- Hopefully the solution will help you. If yes then Please hit

 Like 

and

 Mark it as solution! ❤️