TypeKit, Web Fonts, Google Fonts, etc..


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AggieDan97

Posted: 1/17/2012
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Has anyone had success using these kits, add-ons, etc with Artisteer?
If good, bad, or different - your experience is greatly appreciated
 
Aaron P

Posted: 8/29/2012
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I added the HTML header link to all the exported files by adding a fake metaname placeholder in the global options.

<meta name="placeholder" content="change" />


Then, after my export occurs, I grep out the line in every HTML file in the dir using Dngrep (http://code.google.com/p/dngrep/) and replace it with the line of choice. In my case,

<link href='http://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Crimson+Text:700' rel='stylesheet' type='text/css'>


I also jump in style.css and change the fonts accordingly.


 
Bill

Posted: 3/16/2015
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Hi, folks. I'm having an odd problem.... can't get "Verdana content" which is basic to Artisteer, to render as designed once exported & uploaded.

I cannot find any font online called "Verdana content". My PC has 500 fonts installed, including Verdana. But this is what this theme font looks like when exported for WordPress and uploaded in localhost, whether online or offline:

http://www72.zippyshare.com/v/7bh8x12r/file.html

This is for a kids' poetry site, the font selected is crucial for readability and style, but it comes out quite different from the design, see print screen:

Obviously, I don't know anything about code, but I would have presumed the basic fonts would stay the same as designed in Artisteer. I'm using Artisteer 2, Standard Edition.

All advice warmly welcomed. Thank you.