Unfortunately I need again help to remove Remote Google Fonts from a website to get fine with the European GDPR. I have done that with many pages. But this page is strange.
I replaced all Google Fonts through local hosted font. But I check that with a Google Fonts Page Checker, I get always the message that Google Fonts are still loaded.
So I removed ALL the content, a blank page! Still the same message. I inspect the code and here is the bad guy:
What’s that?? And how do I remove it??
Please help!!! It is a serious issue in Germany.
Hey Marc, you’ll need to share a readonly link for us to have a look.
Also will help if you share a link to a published version of that page, since we cannot publish your readonly site to see the result.
@MHGRAFIKDESIGN I have now checked how it works on blank new page to install and remove GFonts and fonts are removed as expected and there is no google font reference in
<head> once GFonts are removed.
Only one way that may cause your issue is there can be somewhere some element or css that use GFonts.
I have found for you link to Webflow
video how to solve this issue.
You can get Gfonts from original site or here is link to
google-webfonts-helper to download fonts that also generate code snippets.
@memetican Mike! Yeah, sorry! Herr ist the link:
And the live site:
As I said before the Google Font is still loaded if the site is completely blank. It was only a try. Therefore I upload the site again.
Many thanks! Yes, I know the Google Fonts Helper. I have replaced the Remote Google Fonts with local hosted Fonts on many sites.
But at this spesific site a Google Font is still loaded, if I removed everything and I published the blank site with no elements. And the Google Font ist still loaded.
I have no idea. Therefore I published the normal site again.
@MHGRAFIKDESIGN I thing I have found where issue is but I can’t prove it as I’m not allowed to save changes.
Ah, ok! And what have you done? Perhaps you could explain it and I will try it by myself.
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@MHGRAFIKDESIGN did you watch the video? There is everything you need to know.
Many thanks for your video! Awesome! I have updated the class with the local Oswald Webfont also. But it is still a font loaded.
This is really strange. Even if I remove all elements and publish the blank site with body tag only. I expected the blank site and I guess this is the bad guy:
<html data-wf-domain="www.schroederlogistik.com" data-wf-page="60d6e35bbd1b497e4a9949bb" data-wf-site="60d6e35bbd1b494c4f9949b9" lang="de" class="w-mod-js wf-oswald-n3-active wf-oswald-n2-active wf-oswald-n4-active wf-oswald-n7-active wf-oswald-n5-active wf-oswald-n6-active wf-active w-mod-ix">
Do you have any idea? Or
@MHGRAFIKDESIGN there are still 3 classes using GFonts “Oswald” check video how to find them
Note: before you will do your check you should DELETE all unused CSS (you have 96) as mentioned in first video to make your life easier as some of these classes I have mentioned may be unused.
@Stan , awesome! I identified them und removed them. Now the site is fine.
Now I also know how to check and find the specific classes! Many many thanks!