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karan karanWeb Development Techdegree Student 4,139 Points
Google Fonts Offline
If I want to use Google Fonts on my website and I do not have Internet connection, then my website will start looking for the fallback fonts right? and I do not want that to happen how can I just use them do I need to download the file and then use @font-face?
from what I remember you have to download them and link them in CSS and/or HTML with the "href" or "src" function. This way it will import the font to the files you are editing.