as @ed11 pointed out, the titling is crucial. Try removing all the spaces in the font name, and ensure that you sue the same name in the CSS file, as well as when you type it in the Settings>Design field.
So, can anyone confirm that custom fonts actually work for Bubble sites on iOS?
I was using OTF and TTF fonts on my site, neither of which were displaying. I uploaded WOFF and WOFF2, and none of those work either.
To clarify, I am successfully uploading the fonts.
For those of you having trouble, I highly recommend creating a data type called FONT with a field for the font file, and a field for a name. Then make a page with a file uploader, and a button that creates a new entry for your font data type every time you hit the button. Otherwise I’m not sure how people are managing the files after they upload them.
Ensure you add “https:”
As @ed11 pointed out: the titling of your file is crucial. I was struggling, and then I was able to get Bubble to recognize the font when I removed the spaces from the font name in the CSS file, and then also removed the spaces when I typed the font name into the Settings>Design>Custom Font field.
I am not able to get custom fonts to work on mobile either.
Check on another machine that does not have the font files installed. If the fonts don’t display correctly on that machine, it means it’s your CSS sheets. In your settings panel it will look like the fonts were uploaded correctly, and there won’t be an error indicator of any kind. But it’s definitely the CSS sheets if these are the conditions you’re seeing.
Make sure you create them in an actual css editor like visual studio code.
If your CSS sheets are definitely correct, then just contact support or file a bug report.
Same problem: Loom | Free Screen & Video Recording Software
Read above for why it doesn’t work.
If anyone is still struggling with this, make sure you do your uploading of files on the live database and push to live. Uploading to dev database caused issues.