How To Add Fancy Fonts to Your Blog Post

>> Sunday, September 5

I have made some major changes to my blog. I felt my old blog and format was too cluttered and hard to navigate, even for me.
I used the template from Simply Fab Blogs because I love the vibrant color and design.
I thought that the blog post titles were too big so I decided to attempt to change the blog post fonts.
Lena, from Simply Fab Blogs directed me to Kevin and Amanda's website that has a comprehensive set of instructions to do just that.
To summarize, here are the steps:
1. Pick your font
2. Save this font on your computer.
3. Convert the tff file to a swf file using this website.
4. Open a webs account in html mode. This is so that your blog can pull the font from this website.
5. Tweak your font size, color.
6. Replace the code on your blogger html with the code you generated.
6. You're done.

After I had gone through these steps, the pragmatic in me decided that I really want a simple, easy to read font like Georgia which is the font I have now.
But if I ever decide to change the fonts, now I know how to do it!


Vintagemaison September 5, 2010 at 4:51 PM  

Hi Nina - I love your new look - great colours and easy to read. Rgds, Carol x

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