How-To’s

4 Easy Steps to Optimize WordPress Google Fonts

Optimizing WordPress Google Fonts has become more imporant than ever! Ever since the GDPR has made it mandatory to host Google Fonts locally website owners have been scourging the web to find a solution.

What if I told you there’s more to WordPress Google Fonts optimization than just copying the files to your server? This shouldn’t come as news to long-time OMGF users, but to the thousands of users OMGF has gained in the past month; this one is for you.

Ensure Text Remains Visible During Webfont Load WordPress

How to Ensure Text Remains Visible during Webfont load in WordPress

Ensure text remains visible during webfont load. When optimizing your WordPress site for Google PageSpeed Insights you will probably come across this optimization suggestion if you use Google Fonts or any other type of Webfonts.

The language Google chooses to describe its optimization suggestions (or anything, really) can be confusing. That’s why I thought it’d be a good idea to zoom in on what it means to ensure that text remains visible during webfont load and how to fix it.

CAOS now supports Google Analytics 4: Here’s all you Need to Know

2020 was a big year for Google. Halfway they published a major upgrade for PageSpeed Insights and near the end of the year the Search Giant released v4 of its Analytics API, introducing a bunch of new features.

Lots of CAOS users were eagerly waiting for me to publish an update. Granted, it took a while, but it’s here now! And I appreciate your patience. Let’s take a look at what we got here, and more importantly, how to set it up!