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Adding Adobe Fonts to a SharePoint Site

This article will show you how to manually add custom fonts from Adobe Fonts (formerly Adobe Typekit) to your SharePoint sites.



  • You must have the latest version of ShortPoint SPFx installed on your SharePoint environment.
  • You must be a ShortPoint Designer with an active license.

Interactive Tutorial

Start the interactive tutorial to learn how to manually add Adobe Fonts to your SharePoint site:

Step-by-step Tutorial

Follow the steps below for a detailed guide on how to add Adobe Fonts manually:

Step 1: Choose fonts to use from Adobe Fonts

  • Start by browsing the library of fonts.
  • When you find a font you like, select it. 
  • Then, click </> Add to Web Project.

Add to Web Project

  • (Optional) If you want more styles for the Font you selected, click Show more.

Show more

  • (Optional) Select the styles you prefer.
  • Once you are satisfied with your selection, click the drop-down arrow.
  • Then, click Create a New Project.
  • Name your new project and click Create.
  • Copy the link inside href.

link inside href

  • Open a new tab in your browser and paste the copied link into the address bar.
  • Look for @import url and copy the link inside.

link inside @umport url

Step 3: Open Theme Builder

  • Go to the SharePoint site you where want to add the Adobe Font and click the cogwheel icon.
  • Select Site Contents.
  • Then, click ShortPoint Dashboard.
  • Click Theme Builder.
  • Select [1] Classic if you have a classic SharePoint page or [2] Modern if you have a modern SharePoint page.

classic or modern

NOTE To learn more about the classic and modern options, check out What is the difference between ShortPoint Classic and Modern Theme Builder?
  • Click Customize my site.

  • Go to Utilities.
  • Select Custom CSS.
  • Paste the copied URL in the “Custom CSS Link” field.
  • Click Apply.

Step 5: Copy the @font-face code

  • Go back to the font page again and copy the code blocks that start with @font-face.

@font-face code blocks

Step 6: Paste the @font-face code

  • Go back to your SharePoint site again and click Back.
  • Select Custom Fonts.
  • Click Advanced.
  • Paste the copied code inside the field provided.
  • Click Apply.

Step 7: Use the new Fonts to brand your SharePoint Sites

  • Go to Fonts & Typography.
  • Then, navigate to any font settings. For example, Base where you can change the default font for the whole site.

Adobe Font added

  • Click Publish to save all your changes.

That’s it! You now know how to add Adobe Fonts manually. Enjoy using unique fonts on your site.

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