I recently installed the Typecase plugin to get access to google webfonts on my blog. If you are comfortable with HTML & CSS the free version is good enough else you can opt for the paid version. Once the plugin was installed all i had to do was add the fonts i want as a CSS class from the typecase plugin options in the admin area and thats it !! You are now good to start using it in your blog.
Once you installed a font ( Note : I installed a webfont called alpha and typecase generated a CSS class that i named as [code]]czo5OlwiLmZudF9hbGZhXCI7e1smKiZdfQ==[[/code]).The next step was to start using it in my posts such as the one you are reading right now. So how did i do that ? Simple. i just used call for the class file from the tag that uses the custom fonts.
For e.g.if you refer to the following html div code :
the content between the tag uses the class .fnt_alfa that defines the custom font and you can notice the result below.
I have also embedded a nice infovid below from the plugin creator’s that should give you an idea about how typecase works.
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