Choosing the right font for your webpage is a very important aspect of any design. Using a web font service enables you to use a wide variety of fonts fit for presenting the data in your webpage. Google Fonts is a free web font service which hosts a huge variety of fonts to choose from. We can use these fonts in our webpages.
To use a custom font, we need to import the font family from the web font service, Google Fonts, in this case.
Method-1: Using <link> tag
<link href=’https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Sofia’ rel=’stylesheet’/>
Method-2: Using @import rule
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