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    When creating a website with Elementor or Divi, you have ton of font options as they are integrated with Google Fonts by default. However, for certain projects, you might want to use custom fonts instead. Be it Elementor or Divi allows you to disable Google Fonts and use your own fonts. No need to deal with CSS. You just need to upload your fonts. Once done, you can use them on the editor.

    There are several benefits of using local fonts instead of web fonts like Google Fonts, Adobe Fonts, etc. Including:

    • No Need to Rely on Third-Party Service
    • Reduce HTML Requests
    • Full Control Over Caching

    Read our post below to learn how to use local fonts in Elementor and Divi.
    As usual, we have created some new content this week. We also edited some old content to keep the relevancy. Here are some new and edited content for this week:
    📙 New in Elementor: How to Add Custom CSS in Elementor Free

    📗 New in Divi: How to Add Hover Effect in Divi Image Module

    📘 New in WordPress: 4 Ideas to Display Email Subscription Popup for a Better Reading Experience

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    Have a nice weekend. Cheers 🥂
    Aliko Sunawang
    Founder of WP Pagebuilders