All CSS fonts for HTML such as Google fonts are supported by Export Kit but there are a few steps required to correctly include the desired font(s) in your HTML5 export.
NOTE: This tutorial assumes you are using Google fonts, but can apply to any CSS font library. Step 1: Copy the "embed code"
Copy the embed code from
Google Fonts - Quick Use, eg. Droid Sans:
<link href='http://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Droid+Sans' rel='stylesheet' type='text/css'>
Step 2: Click "Customize" in the Exports Panel
Custom HEAD, then paste the "embed code" from
Step 3: Search and Replace Font Names
Because Export Kit uses
CSS Fonts, you will be required to change your font name(s) in your
.css file after you export to match Google Fonts.
Droid Sans, you can do this quickly using
Search & Replace in any text editor.
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