WordPress theme authors are migrating to locally hosted fonts

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The WordPress theme team is ready to change the guidelines for remotely hosting Google Fonts and again strongly urge theme authors to host their fonts locally. Yoast-sponsored contributor Ari Stathopoulos posted an update today to answer some of the questions the team received about theme fonts: Historically, WordPress themes hosted in the w.org theme repository have not allowed the use of third-party sources. This includes images, javascript files, CSS files, web fonts, and other assets loaded from remote servers. Google Fonts was an exception to this rule, as there was no reliable way to implement locally hosted web fonts at the time, and typography was part of the theme design.

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