To upload custom fonts to Squarespace, you can follow these general steps:
- Make sure you have the font file available and that you have full rights to use it.
- In Squarespace, go to Design > Custom CSS.
- Scroll down to where it says “Manage Custom Files” and click on it.
- Upload your font file.
- Copy and paste the CSS code provided by the font provider into the Custom CSS area.
- Name your custom font in Squarespace.
Additional Information – How To Upload Your Custom Fonts To Squarespace
If you’re looking for a custom font, the first step is to download it. Once you have it, visit your Squarespace account and go to the Design section. Scroll down to Custom CSS and click Manage Custom Files. Select the custom font file you’d like to upload and click Open. The font will be placed in your custom files. If you’d like to label it by a nickname, you can do so by clicking the “Customize” button.
Once you’ve uploaded the font file, you can customize the header of your website. You can change the font’s name or replace the URL with the Squarespace URL. This will allow you to upload as many custom fonts as you like. Make sure you write a sample text in each font you’re using for the header before you start the process. In the next step, you’ll select the typeface and choose the color.
Once you’ve uploaded your font file, you’ll need to tell Squarespace where it can find the font. Then, you’ll need to assign it to a particular heading. This will require a little bit of tweaking in the CSS code, but it’s not difficult to do. This way, your custom font will appear correctly across your website. If you’re unsure of what to do next, you can watch this video.