Custom fonts are new attractive fonts, which are not included in the list of safe web fonts at the moment. However, they were added to a page layout by Divine Elemente using the latest achievements in CSS.
Use of custom fonts on website
Nowadays, almost all modern browsers (Firefox 3.5+, Chrome 3.0+, Safari 3.1+, Opera 10+, IE 5+) work with custom fonts embedded in a website by CSS.
Custom fonts usage is a step towards new possibilities for a web developer. It is a way to speedy, convenient and various websites. With optional fonts, you’ll be able to improve your website’s design and make it really unique.
Info: Because of long duration and high cost of one font development process, developers take tender care of their own custom fonts using in the Internet, as at page browsing a font is loading locally on the computer and becomes public.
The process of new font’s addition to a template
Step 1. Download and install a desired font.
You can use our Fonts portal to purchase or download new custom fonts.
Step 2. Specify a font of a text layer in a PSD template.
You are to open a PSD template in Adobe Photoshop, select a text layer there and apply the installed custom font to it, as it is not included in the list of safe web fonts.
Step 3. Launch Divine Elemente and publish a theme.
At publishing of custom fonts, Divine Elemente plugin will display an appropriate message in the log.
After the publishing, the font will be copied in a separate file (or files) and applied to a generated theme / web page.
Note: In case a selected font was not installed in a system for any reason, a font from the “Safe web fonts“ list would be used by default.