The Celebrity theme includes over 400 font choices to use as an accent font. The accent font is used throughout your site for page titles, headings, buttons, top-level categories, etc. Select the accent font under System / Configuration / Theme Settings on the Appearance tab. To view samples of all the font choices, you can download a PDF file found in Google Fonts Used in the Celebrity Theme in the NRO knowledge base.



Using More than One Accent Font at a Time

With some basic CSS skills, it's possible to incorporate more than one Google font at a time. By default, the body of your website uses Arial, plus you choose one accent font to use as described above. To specify an additional accent font to use in your CSS, you must first load the additional font files to use on your site.

For example, to load the 'Luckiest Guy' font on your site, add the following to the Miscellaneous Scripts field under System / Configuration / Design / Header:
<link href='//fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Luckiest+Guy:200,300,400,500,600,700,800' rel='stylesheet' type='text/css'>

Then, you can incorporate the additional font into your CSS as desired, for example:
h1 { font-family: "Luckiest Guy", Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 28px; }

Similarly, you can also reference any web safe fonts in your CSS such as Georgia, Tahoma, or Verdana (learn more on w3schools.com), for example:
h2 { font-family: Georgia, serif; font-size: 24px; }

NOTE: To maintain optimum performance on your site, use caution when loading additional fonts. In most cases, it's not necessary to load additional fonts.

Using Your Own Fonts

Using your own fonts is possible with the assistance of the Professional Services team. If you have web font files and a license to use them on your website, we can assist you with uploading and configuring your font files (hourly professional service rates apply). Contact Professional Services for more information.

Notes from the Designer

Most of the embedded Google font choices are great. Favorites fonts include Open Sans and Montserrat. A few that should be avoided would be Open Sans Condensed and Rokkitt, as some merchants in the field have reported inconsistent browser issues with these fonts.