To add custom fonts to your Shopify website, you can follow these steps:
1. Choose and download the custom font files: Find the desired custom font files in the appropriate format (usually .ttf or .otf). You can search for free or paid custom fonts on websites like Google Fonts, Adobe Fonts, or Font Squirrel.
2. Upload the font files to your Shopify theme: In your Shopify admin dashboard, go to Online Store > Themes. Find the theme you want to edit and click on the Actions dropdown menu, then select Edit code. In the theme editor, navigate to the Assets folder and click on the Upload files button. Select the font files you downloaded and upload them to your theme.
3. Modify your theme’s CSS: In the theme editor, locate and open the theme.scss.liquid or styles.scss.liquid file. If it doesn’t exist, create a new one. Inside the file, you’ll need to add CSS code to define the custom font and apply it to specific elements on your website. For example, you can use the @font-face rule to import the font files and then use the font-family property to apply the font to specific CSS selectors.
4. Save and test your changes: After adding the CSS code, save the file and preview your website to see if the custom font is applied correctly. Make sure to clear your browser cache to ensure you’re seeing the updated version of your website.
Note: If you’re using a Shopify theme that has a built-in font customization feature, you may be able to add custom fonts directly through the theme settings without modifying the code. Check your theme’s documentation or settings to see if this option is available.
Remember to always test your website on different devices and browsers to ensure the custom fonts are displayed correctly for all visitors.