Font name changes in templates

Update Your Font-Family in Custom CSS

Starting Monday, July 24, 2023, we will be making changes to the way fonts are loaded. Previously we used Google Fonts CDN to serve fonts, but now we will host the same fonts on our CDN.

Along with this change, the names of the three fonts we offer have been updated. These changes were also reflected in Google Fonts, so we decided to adjust the font names to match the new names available on their platform.

As a result, it is important to update the font-family declarations in your own CSS if you are currently using the font names Muli, Source Sans Pro, or Source Serif Pro in your code.

Font name changes

  1. Muli → Mulish
  2. Source Sans Pro → Source Sans 3
  3. Source Serif Pro → Source Serif 4

To ensure correct rendering and compatibility, add the new name before the old one in the font-family declarations.

Samples of CSS code

font-family: 'Mulish', 'Muli', sans-serif;
font-family: 'Source Sans 3', 'Source Sans Pro', sans-serif;
font-family: 'Source Serif 4', 'Source Serif Pro', serif;

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