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What Fonts Are Available in Squarespace?

Robert Brandl

By Robert

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Squarespace offers a huge number of fonts that you can use on your website. There are around 600 Google fonts and 1,000 Adobe Fonts, meaning that Squarespace covers essentially all the popular fonts there are.

Some of the most popular fonts available in Squarespace include:

  • Arial
  • Courier New
  • Georgia
  • Helvetica
  • Open Sans
  • Proxima Nova
  • Lato
  • Raleway
  • Roboto
  • Seymour One

These fonts are available in different styles, such as regular, bold, and italic.

You can also upload custom fonts to Squarespace if you have a specific font in mind that you would like to use on your website. Once it’s uploaded to your Custom Files, you need to activate the font via CSS.

Finding a specific font on Squarespace

You can search in Squarespace’s font library.

Simply go to Site Styles > Fonts > Click your active font (e.g. on Headings) > Go to Family > Browse all fonts

You will now see this screen with a search feature:

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Squarespace’s huge library of fonts

Find more information on Squarespace’s design options and templates in our detailed Squarespace review as well as in the step-by-step guide to building a Squarespace website.

General tips for using fonts

  • Make sure to choose a font that is easy to read and looks good on all screen sizes.
  • Avoid using too many different fonts on a single page, as this can make the page look cluttered and hard to read.
  • Using too many fonts can also lead to reduced loading times.
  • Use font sizes that are easy to read, and avoid using very small font sizes for body text.
  • Use font weights (such as bold or italic) sparingly, as they can make text harder to read.

Robert Brandl

Founder and CEO

Hi, my name is Robert Brandl, and I am the founder of Tooltester. I used to work in a digital marketing agency where I managed website and email marketing projects. To optimize my client's campaigns, I always had to find the optimal web tools. Tooltester (founded in 2010) opens this knowledge to you, hopefully saving you endless hours of research. If you have any questions, please leave a comment. You can also find me on LinkedIn.

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