As a tutorial, this topic is relatively easy. For those with a familiarity with CSS syntax, it is a basic two-step process with options for stylizing the fonts. This article is aimed at those who may not be so versed in HTML and CSS, and who really want to use any of the 600+ fonts from Google on their own site. In a previous article, we provided a most comprehensive overview of the user interface on the Google Fonts domain. And in that piece, we promised to review the “Use” portion as well as other areas that aid in implementing selected fonts on a site. The “Use” portion is actually too basic for full fledged article, while the “Getting Started” page, buried in the About section, provides sufficient information in getting the the most out of using these fonts.