i know there are one or two threads already but i can not find any solution…after a loooong journey of trying to avoid loading google fonts i wanted to know it now from the ground…if i setup a 404 page default without ANY content wihtout header, without footer without any template…still google fonts are loaded…
what must i do that the cwicly ground-setup is not loading google fonts?
ok is see but we dont use roboto there…i saw the “G” was stil blue…so i deactivated it and it still loads…the surrouding DIV also had a blue “G”…but there are not fonts no character, not content…does google font also load when elements are marked with blue “G” also while without any content? i deactaved all google fonts-hosted icons…maybee i missed one? it still loads…
@Louis This has also been giving me a headache for some time. Do I really have to manually switch off the G for Google fonts in every block? This is very tedious and I have long assumed that all blocks adopt the global font settings, especially as Cwicly is otherwise so well thought out. This should definitely also apply to the choice between local and Google hosted fonts. This is really urgent and should be fixed as soon as possible. It would be important that this also applies to existing pages. Thank you for your otherwise consistently great work!
In both my cwicly installations Google font is by default selected as on (blue g), on every block. Even if I use in my global font settings just local fonts. I’ve never set it to on by myself. It’s the same with every new cwicly block I add. I think other users have the same issue, according to the mentioned feature requests? As always: Thanks for your help!
hmm i dont know where this roboto comes from…i walkted through all again…this is the setting for the menu…also checked global classes and deactivate remaining two…refreshed generated CSS and such…still there…
Hi @Louis, the salient point, as per the feature request I made is - if you don’t use Google Fonts, the user has to toggle the Google font button off every time to see the local fonts listed - this is not ideal for usability and can result in a user accidentally choosing a Google font rather than a local one.
Because I would expect inherit as default of a new block. If the g button is toggled on by default and after pressing it inherit appearing, it confuses me as a user. I just don’t understand why the g button is set to on by default. Please don’t get me wrong, after your clarification I understand now that there is nothing loaded before choosing a g font, I just want to explain my confusion with the topic. Thanks again for your fantastic work and brilliant support!
ah thanx i checked that you where right sorry. i also checked again the footer template and they where two remaining i didnt saw them as if you click on them the link-modal opens up…now i deactivated i hope really all remaining. but still loading google fonts…here: