And once again, every #FreeSoftware is not trustworthy. Please be cautious before using any software.
@alirezahayati Even though I think 'respect yourself' is a good reason to embrace digital freedom and autonomy I think we can do better.
Especially when it comes to fonts on your site, we have more than a desire for self-respect, we have a moral responsibility to protect other's rights and freedoms.
@alexesc Couldn't agree more.
@alirezahayati unpopular opinion:
you can also just use the system font
@grainloom Works but a lot of people want/need to use another fonts which are (I believe) much prettier. I use custom fonts in my website and I like it.
Especially with the 'fallback' and 'optional' values, it lets your (self-hosted) custom fonts be used under ideal conditions but quickly fall back to system fonts if they would load slowly.
@gcupc @alirezahayati @grainloom I originally used Google Fonts, but updated my personal site WP theme to allow users to choose a few pairings that are locally hosted, with a system font fallback.
@alirezahayati @celesteh Font Squirrel has a thingy that will make a kit for you: https://www.fontsquirrel.com/tools/webfont-generator
@alirezahayati and also, in some countries, it doesn't work well (to use Google Fonts).
@0gust1 Censorship/Sanctions. Happens a lot in the country I live in.
@eo Yes. Another guy recommended it. Thanks for mentioning.
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