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Self-host the Noto Serif Display font in a neatly bundled NPM package.


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Fontsource Noto Serif Display

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The CSS and web font files to easily self-host the “Noto Serif Display” variable font. Please visit the main Fontsource website to view more details on this package.

Quick Installation

Fontsource offers multiple methods to import the CSS, including using a bundler like Vite or using SASS. You can find full documentation here.

npm install @fontsource-variable/noto-serif-display

Within your app entry file or site component, import it in.

import "@fontsource-variable/noto-serif-display"; // Defaults to wght axis
import "@fontsource-variable/noto-serif-display/wght.css"; // Specify axis
import "@fontsource-variable/noto-serif-display/wght-italic.css"; // Specify axis and style

Supported variables:

  • Weights: [100,200,300,400,500,600,700,800,900]
  • Styles: [italic,normal]
  • Subsets: [cyrillic,cyrillic-ext,greek,greek-ext,latin,latin-ext,vietnamese]
  • Axes: [wdth,wght]

Note: italic may not be supported by all fonts. To learn more about what axes and styles are supported, please visit the Fontsource website.

Finally, you can reference the font name in a CSS stylesheet, CSS Module, or CSS-in-JS.

body {
  font-family: "Noto Serif Display Variable";
}

Licensing

Always make sure to read the license for each font 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.

Copyright 2016 Google Inc. All Rights Reserved. OFL-1.1

Other Notes

Font version (provided by source): v24.

If you have any suggestions or ideas to improve the performance of font loading or expand the existing library, feel free to star and contribute to this repository. You can share your suggestions or ideas by creating an issue.

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Last updated on 20 Apr 2024

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