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Serve Google fonts locally

Serve Google fonts locally

Compatible XF 1.x versions
1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4
I'm running Debian on my server, but it works the same no matter the ice cream flavor. :D
This is set for nginx, but the theory for Apache should be similar. I searched the resources, but found no reference to this.
If you still want to serve them from Google, you can refer to...
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Tracy Perry
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Very Useful.
Thank you! I use allot of Google fonts, this comes in-handy.
Tracy Perry
Tracy Perry
Glad you found it useful. I always like anything that helps reduce page load times.
Excellent guide. Works on CentOS6 and Apache (no need to edit the mime.types)
Tracy Perry
Tracy Perry
Thanks @MattW. I'll update the resource to reflect that editing the mime.types may not be needed.