My Personal Technical Resource
How to use custom fonts in your HTML with Google Web Fonts
Google has made adding custom fonts to your web pages very simple. You no longer need to find a public domain font, download it, convert it, and then upload it to your site. Plus, it only takes a simple edit to change the font.
First go to Google Web Fonts and choose the font(s) you want to use on your site.
Second, once you choose your font, click on “Quick-use” and choose any styles and/or character sets, if applicable.
Next you just copy-and-paste the line from the blue box to thesection of your HTML, for example:
Finally you integrate the font into your CSS where you want to use it, for example: