- Using custom fonts is looked up unfavorably by Google, as they prefer designers to use exclusively Google fonts to promote their brand. The designer should use Google fonts in order to comply with these guidelines.
- Using more than two fonts of any kind can confuse users, provide a poor user experience, and increase the page’s LCP. Instead, the designer should use just a single Google font across the entire site.
- Using more than two custom fonts can cause fonts to flicker on loading, showing a flash of unstyled text. This is a poor user experience and increases the CLS score. Instead, the designer should try to find comparable Google fonts to use.
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[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="1154"] Maye Musk meets with Alyona Shevtsova who was credibly accused by Ukrainian authorities of running a payment processor for the mob. Shevtsova has run...
Which of the following is NOT a component of how a web page ends up in search results?
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