If you read my article about WordPress themes, Google Fonts and the GDPR you will already know that Google fonts served from their CDN do not comply with the GDPR because they collect IPs and it is not known what else Google does with user data.
A few days ago the WordPress.org theme team announced that they are considering requiring WordPress themes to stop loading fonts from Google’s CDN and to host them along with the theme files.
When you analyze your website with the Astra theme it is very likely that the results show you a problem with the theme’s fonts, indicating that you should preload them.
Today I want to address something that is not usually shown in any WordPress tutorial, despite its enormous usefulness: how to change the size of the fonts.
Loading fonts from Google Fonts can be a problem according to the privacy legislation in some countries of the European Union so sometimes it is convenient to deactivate them. Today we learn how to do it.