Divi now ships with all 800+ Google fonts
Divi version 3.0.83 ( updated 10-18-2017 ) saw a huge overhaul in the way fonts are handled. Since this feature update, Divi now includes a range of new font options, access to 800+ Google fonts and the ability to easily upload your own fonts into the Divi builder.
Read the full font update release post from Nick Roach “Divi Feature Update! Huge Font Options Overhaul, Better Heading Controls and Countless More Text Options” for more details.
Divi font options and features
Easily Search The Font List
To help you find the font you need in the huge list of fonts, the font selection menu will live filter as you start typing.
Access Recently Used Fonts
Every time you use a font in the Divi Builder it font gets added to your “Recent Fonts” list and is then shown at the top of the font selection menu.
Live Preview Fonts On Hover
When you scroll through the font list in the font selection menu, fonts are automatically displayed on hover.
Upload And Manage Custom Fonts
800+ fonts is never enough, right?! You can also upload your own font files (.eot, .woff2, .woff, .ttf, or .otf ) within the Divi builder. These font will then be available in the font selection menu.
New Font Style Options
All Divi modules now have the new font styling options such as small caps, strike-through, underline and double underline.
Font Weight Choices
The 800+ Divi fonts come with dynamic font weight choices that are loaded into the new font weight options from Ultra Thin to Ultra Bold.
Fine-Tuned Heading Controls
For All Modules you can control heading levels for all modules and applying custom styles to H1-H6 headings.
Customize Each Heading Level Individually
Assign custom fonts size and styles to H1, H2, H3, H4, H5 and H6 independently.
Heading Levels For Each Module
Set the default heading of your blurb module from H1, H2, H3, H4, H5 and H6 so your SEO is all in check!
Where can i preview the Divi fonts?
Divi uses Google fonts, so the best place to preview the Divi fonts is over at the Google fonts page. Just type ypur text into the input area and you can see what your font will look like with your own content. Once you have a font you like it’s easy to find in the Divi builder using the font search features.