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@openfonts/ribeye-marrow_latin
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@openfonts/ribeye-marrow_latin

NPM packages for all graduated Google Fonts typefaces including non-english subsets.

by Jan Bednar

1.44.2 (see all)License:MITTypeScript:Not Found
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ribeye-marrow_latin

The CSS and web font files to easily self-host “Ribeye Marrow” with subset "latin".

Install

npm install --save @openfonts/ribeye-marrow_latin

Use

Typefaces assume you’re using webpack to process CSS and files. Each typeface package includes all necessary font files (woff2, woff) and a CSS file with font-face declarations pointing at these files.

You will need to have webpack setup to load css and font files. Many tools built with Webpack will work out of the box with Typefaces such as Gatsby and Create React App.

To use, simply require the package in your project’s entry file e.g.

// Load Ribeye Marrow typeface
require('@openfonts/ribeye-marrow_latin')

Usage in SCSS:

@import "~@openfonts/ribeye-marrow_latin/index.css";

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