I know this issued has been covered a couple of times here, but I still can’t solve the issue - and it is important, since we are currently facing a wave of cease-and-desist letters in Germany.
The page is still loading the Google Font ‘Baskervville’ from Google direct. And I can’t find the reason why. It is not used on the web-site.
- cleared all unused fonts
- scanned the complette .css - file for ‘Baskervville’
- used Chrome Developer Tools
and still I can’t find it.
Does anyone have any idea, where else I can search for this bloody font?
and kind regards,
Here is my site Read-Only: [LINK]
([how to share your site Read-Only link])
Live site: https://www.weinkontor-seemann.de
Hi Holgar, it looks like Baskerville is linked directly in your
<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Baskervville:regular" media="all">
Most likely due to-
- a Font reference in your site settings
- custom code in your Site or Page
Start there. If you still can’t find it, then things get interesting. Let me know.
I’m curious about your cease-and-desist issue, is that related to the GDPR changes I’m hearing of? If @caliph 's post is accurate, then you’re in for a big project. The modern web doesn’t understand borders.
Your site also requests fonts from SendInBlue, another Google Font which is OpenSans, etc. It would be difficult to guarantee EU-only content for the site. You might try to find a proxy solution. If this is a problem that needs solved, I’m certain there’s a smart German tech team solving it.