i was wondering if there is a tool/way if a page communicates with external sources.
I am asking because i wonder about the behaviour/where my page gets fonts from.
There are 3 fonts (one font with 2 different weights, one in 1) installed – but i just realized i selected another one when i used gb to create content.
To be more precise – in the attached link you can see the font in weight “bold” which is “700” in the primary menu and also in a block e.g. in the word innovation.
I did not provide the css for the bold/700 weight of the font – only for standard/400 and black/900.
So i wonder – where does this font size come from? e.g. my adblocker shows 0 blocked.
Also in general: when i create a headline and mark a word as bold – is this another font – or is the standard font just used with more “width” (or however you might call that) – hope you know what i mean.
How do you check stuff like that (if needed – not sure about that – hence the question)?
If the text is wrapped in <strong> tags ( which is what the core block editor does if you bold a string of text in its text block ) or has a CSS style of font-weight: bold then the browser will look for a bold/700 Font Variant.
If there isn’t a variant available it does some interpolation when rendering the font, inserting additional pixels to make the font look bolder