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Nov 15, 2022 ⋅ 4 min read

3 ways to add custom fonts to your MUI project

Linda Ikechukwu Frontend developer. Writer. Community Strategist. Building web interfaces that connect products to their target users.

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3 Replies to "3 ways to add custom fonts to your MUI project"

  1. I am having trouble with google font and various weights. For example, Raleway font with bold (700), semibold (600) and regular 400. How do you define that or it should work out of the box?

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