There are a lot of different things we can do with fonts, including changing their family and size.


Head over to Google Fonts and pick out a font that you like.

Select that font then view all your selected fonts:

Screenshot of Google Font.

Select the @import option:

Screenshot of how to use Google Font

Copy the code between the <style> tags.

Past this code at the top of your css file.

/* Your fonts here */
+@import url('');
/* */

Then head back to Google Fonts and copy the font-family line of code.

Let’s style our headings with your selected font:

/* Your CSS here */

+h1 {
+	font-family: 'Pacifico', cursive;

+h2 {
+	font-family: 'Pacifico', cursive;

+h3 {
+	font-family: 'Pacifico', cursive;

Find another font to use for the nav, footer and paragraphs.


Let’s try changing the size of our text too.

Add the following to your CSS:

/* Your CSS here */

h1 {
	font-family: 'Pacifico', cursive;
+    font-size: 50px;

Change the font size of the h2, h3, and p tags.


We can change the color of our fonts using the color attribute.

Add the following to your CSS:

/* Your CSS here */

+a {
+	color: #ffffff;

The colour of the a tags in the nav should turn white.

Change the colour of the h1, h2 and h3 headings.

Here’s what your page should look like so far (using your own fonts):