The CSS and web font files to easily self-host the “Kodchasan” font. Please visit the main Fontsource monorepo to view more details on this package.
yarn add fontsource-kodchasan // npm install fontsource-kodchasan
Then within your app entry file or site component, import it in. For example in Gatsby, you could choose to import it into a layout template (
layout.js), page component, or
Fontsource allows you to select weights and even individual styles, allowing you to cut down on payload sizes to the last byte! Utilizing the CSS unicode-range selector, all language subsets are accounted for.
Alternatively, the same solutions could be imported via SCSS!
These examples may not reflect actual compatibility. Please refer below.
Finally, you can reference the font name in a CSS stylesheet, CSS Module, or CSS-in-JS.
In the rare case you need to individually select a language subset and not utilize the CSS unicode-range selector, you may specify the import as follows. This is especially not recommended for languages, such as Japanese, with a large amount of characters.
- Supported subsets:
It is important to always read the license for every font that you use. Most of the fonts in the collection use the SIL Open Font License, v1.1. Some fonts use the Apache 2 license. The Ubuntu fonts use the Ubuntu Font License v1.0.
Font version (provided by source):
Feel free to star and contribute new ideas to this repository that aim to improve the performance of font loading, as well as expanding the existing library we already have. Any suggestions or ideas can be voiced via an issue.