OMGF Pro

GDPR compliant, faster Google Fonts. Easy.

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Why do you need OMGF Pro?

Compared to the free version of OMGF, OMGF Pro comes packed with several advanced features, allowing you to improve your WordPress site’s Google Fonts implementation.

Maximize Performance

  • Combine & Deduplicate Stylesheets: Reduce external requests (i.e. server lookups or, DNS requests) by combining all requests to fonts.googleapis.com/css(2) into 1 locally hosted stylesheet.
  • Define a Fallback Font Stack: Reduce Cumulative Layout Shift by properly implementing font-display swapping and defining a (stack of) fallback font-families for each of your fonts.
  • Preload fonts: easily preload key requests from within the Management panel.

OMGF Pro goes beyond locally hosting Google Fonts and provides you with tools to Reduce bloat caused by other plugins and themes:

  • Easily unload font-styles (e.g. italics) and/or font-weights (e.g. bold) you don’t use.
  • Force which subsets should be loaded for all fonts throughout your WordPress configuration.

OMGF Pro is Recommended By:

OMGF Pro is recommended by GreenGeeks Web Hosting.
OMGF Pro is recommended by WP Rocket.
WPLift recommends OMGF Pro.

Increase GDPR Compliance

If you’re loading fonts directly from Google’s servers, their logging the IP addresses of all your visitors.

In fact, on January 20th, 2022, a German court ruled that loading Google Fonts from their server is in breach of GDPR, because it exposes unnecessary personal data to a US based company.

To keep using Google Fonts, you need to host them locally. There is no alternative.

Fortunately, OMGF Pro does exactly that. 🙂

OMGF Pro automatically parses your site’s contents for Google Fonts and eliminates all requests to Google‘s servers, even if they’re loaded using unconventional methods like:

  • Webfont Loader or, webfont.js
  • Inline @import or @font-face statements,
  • @import and @font-face statements embedded in CSS files,
  • Google’s Early Access API, etc.
  • Basically, anything!

This includes resource hints, i.e. dns-prefetch, preload or preconnect headers!

Questions & Answers

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I’m 99,99% sure it will. 🙂

OMGF Pro comes packed with many advanced detection methods and digs much deeper than the free version and scans for:

  • Early Access fonts
  • Inline @font-face and @import statements
  • @import and @font-face statements in CSS stylesheets
  • Fonts loaded using WebFont Config i.e. WebFont Loader or webfont.js
  • Requests to fonts.googleapis.com or fonts.gstatic.com anywhere in the document.

Basically, the only fonts OMGF Pro can’t find, are the ones that’re loaded asynchronously by embedded items, e.g. Google Maps or Support Chat widgets.

More information about OMGF Pro’s different detection methods is available here.

No, but I offer a 14 day money-back guarantee. This will give you plenty of time to try the plugin. If for any reason you’re not completely happy with it, I’ll refund your purchase amount in full. No questions asked.

As soon as you active the plugin, all of OMGF Pro’s features will be activated in OMGF’s settings screen.

Because I work according to the Single Responsibility Principle. A programming principle, which prevents code duplication and overhead. In other words, it helps me keep my work organized and guarantees peak performance.

Although it’s impossible to test a plugin with all WordPress plugins available on the market, I’m fairly sure it will. Might you run into issues after installing OMGF Pro, contact me and we’ll make it work.

Yes.

I offer a no hassle, no fuss 14 day money back guarantee, so you’ll have plenty of time to play around with it and test the plugin. Ofcourse I’m always available to support you with configuring the plugin according to your wishes, but if for any reason you’re not completely happy with the plugin, I will refund you your purchase amount in full. No questions asked.

Yes, ofcourse! Every license includes an infinite amount of activations for local and/or staging environments, as long as their domains match any of these patterns:

  • localhost
  • 10.0.0.0/8
  • 172.16.0.0/12
  • 192.168.0.0/16
  • *.dev
  • *.local
  • dev.*
  • staging.*

No. For that you need another add-on for OMGF, called Additional Fonts.

You can find OMGF Pro’s main documentation page here. There you’ll find all links to the different sections of OMGF Pro’s documentation, e.g. the user manual.