As you may have noticed, I’m using a customized version of the WordPress theme „Twenty Seventeen“ for this blog. In general, the theme is pretty nice, but there’s a little „bug“ (?) that has bothered me for a while.
You can see it in the video above. When a page isn’t finished loading, the whole body seem to stuck over the header and then crashes in its actual place.
To use web fonts is nice, but sometimes you just want to use the default font or one which already is installed on the system. This way, you can boost the performance a little bit, because the browser doesn’t have to download a font file first. But also you can present your user a more comfortable look when the font on the page matches with the one from the OS.