Identify Fonts On WebPage Using WhatFont Chrome Extension
While surfing on internet you see a site which is using nice looking fonts and you want to use it on your site but unfortunately do not know the name of that font. Then what do you do? The first thing you do, is look into source code and the other thing you do is search for third-party applications. But what do you do, if that site contains many fonts? Then it becomes hard to find that font. No need to take so much pain in finding that font because there is a chrome extension which allows you to find a font in single click. WhatFont is a Google Chrome Extension which identifies all the fonts used on a webpage and offers you in-depth detail like which font family the font is from, what font size has been used, the weight and the line height. It can identify and give complete details of all fonts used anywhere on a single page of a website. This extension has a drawback that it does not identify fonts used in images.
It is the easiest way to identify web fonts and in this post I’m sharing a simple how to guide which clearly shows how you identify a font in any webpage.
Step1: First install the extension using this link
Step2: Click on install button to install this extension.
Step3: Now, hover on text and you will see the font in a little black box.
Step4: You can easily see the font we are using on TechProne little black box.
That’s it Isn’t that easy? It is a very simple extension but will be helpful when it comes to web designing and blogging. Do you find it useful, then why not share this extension with your friends?