How do you use two different Google fonts in English and Arabic version languages?

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  • Avatar: The Egyptian Developers
    The Egyptian Developers
    February 20, 2024 at 12:19
    Please, contact administrator
    for this information.
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    Avatar: Rose Tyler
    Rose Tyler
    Support staff
    February 20, 2024 at 12:48

    Hello, The Egyptian Developers,

    Thank you for reaching out to us with your request.

    Unfortunately, our theme does not currently offer the feature you have requested. However, you may achieve the desired effect through additional customization. To incorporate the font, you can utilize the @font-face rule, as detailed at Subsequently, you can apply custom CSS to assign the font to the body of the RTL version as follows:

    body.rtl, .rtl h1, .rtl h2, .rtl h3, .rtl h4, .rtl h5, .rtl h6, .rtl .products-title, .header-main-menu.et_element-top-level .menu>li>a {
        font-family: Cairo, sans-serif !important;

    We trust that the information provided will be of significant assistance to you.

    Best Regards,
    8Theme’s Team

    Avatar: Andrew Mitchell
    Andrew Mitchell
    Support staff
    March 13, 2024 at 09:40

    Dear The Egyptian Developers,

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    Thank you sincerely for your ongoing support!

    Best Regards,
    The 8Theme Team

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