We offer you the check for Google web fonts. Many websites and their operators are currently being warned because they have directly integrated Google Webfonts. Please switch the external integration to local integration as soon as possible.
Google Fonts Check: Google Fonts Check
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There are several possible problems that can arise when using Google Web Fonts. Here are some common problems and their solutions:
Slow loading times: If the Google Web Fonts files are not loading efficiently, this can result in long loading times. This can be caused by a slow internet connection or firewall blockages.
Solution: Make sure your internet connection is stable. If possible, use the hosted versions of the fonts provided by Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) to ensure faster delivery.
Missing or non-rendered fonts: Sometimes websites cannot display fonts correctly if the connection to Google servers is blocked or if there are problems loading the fonts.
Solution: Check your network connection and security settings to ensure there are no blocks to accessing Google Web Fonts.
Privacy Concerns: Some websites and users have concerns about privacy and the fact that Google Web Fonts are hosted externally. This can lead to privacy concerns and dependence on Google.
Solution: You can consider hosting fonts locally to reduce dependency on external servers. However, note that this may not always be practical or license compliant.
Browser Compatibility: Some older browsers may not support all features of Google Web Fonts, which may result in display issues.
Solution: Make sure the fonts you choose work well in the browsers you want to support. Check the Google Web Fonts documentation for possible limitations.
If you have specific problems with Google Web Fonts, a detailed analysis of your website may be necessary to identify the exact cause and resolve it.
If you find out via our Google Fonts Tool that you are still loading them externally with your website, you should switch to local Google Fonts integration as soon as possible to avoid warnings. The necessary measures are manageable and can usually be carried out quickly. If you need help with this, you can also contact us. We have prepared a PDF for this purpose, which will help you with the implementation.
As soon as external resources are loaded by the browser, your IP is automatically transmitted. The controversy about the whole thing is that your IP is then transmitted to Google and the service knows at that moment that you were on the XY website. Since Google is often referred to as a data octopus and can use this data to create a more precise profile of your surfing behavior, all website operators are advised in terms of data protection to prevent this possibility of data transfer.
Under the following URL you will find instructions for converting the external fonts into local fonts. You have to select the desired fonts, generate the associated CSS and copy the files to your server and redefine the appropriate CSS resources.