google_fontsApart from the regular fonts, now you can use Google Web Fonts in SliderVilla slider plugins†. Using the dedicated settings page of the slider, you can apply any Google Font to Slide Title, Slide Content and Slider Title texts. Here is a video showing how to use Google Fonts in Pinwheel Slider. By following the similar steps, you can apply Google fonts in other sliders as well.

Apply Google Font “Yanone Kaffeesatz” on Slider Title of Pinwheel

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  • Open Google Web Fonts page and Search for the font name “Yanone Kaffeesatz
  • Click on the “Quick use” button available on the font page, a new window will open with instructions on using the font
  • Scroll down a little. In section “Add this code to your website”, you can see the name of the font in the URL. In this example, the name is “Yanone+Kaffeesatz”. Copy this name and paste it in the “Slider Title” section under Slider Content tab of Pinwheel Slider settings page
  • On the Quick Use page, another font is also mentioned in case the Google Font doesn’t work. In case of “Yanone+Kaffeesatz”, the next font family is “sans-serif” (mentioned in the “Integrate the fonts into your CSS” section). Now select “sans-serif” font family in the drop-down for fonts in the “Slider Title” section under Slider Content tab of Pinwheel Slider settings page
  • Save the changes

Google Web Font option is currently available in selected SliderVilla Sliders. It is expected to complete the rollout of this feature in all sliders by end of this month.