Install Webfonts in your WordPress theme
@font-face Webfonts look good! Not everyone wants to use Google fonts on their websites all the time. That said, WordPress theme developers are making it easier and easier [these days] for website creators, with a couple of mouse clicks, to display Google fonts on their web pages.
But what if you don’t want to use Google fonts for your WordPress site? The good news is that you have a couple of choices.
The first choice would be to use web safe fonts that just about everyone can read on their digital browsing platforms; Arial, Helvetica, Georgia, Times New Roman, sans-serif & other ‘universal’ font faces & families are examples of these web safe fonts.
To use/install these web safe fonts is usually [but not always] as easy to find in your WordPress theme as it is to use Google fonts. Dig around in your WordPress theme’s Customizer for Heading and/or Content fonts. There [see screenshot below] you will probably find a drop-down box with web safe fonts ready to select?