Original article: Elegant themes blog (http://www.elegantthemes.com/blog)
Even if your site is well-structured and elegantly designed, sometimes you just need to go a little above and beyond in order to make your headings stand out and attract the attention of your viewers.
One simple solution to this issue is trying out unique fonts for your headers, thus differentiating yourselves from all the other WordPress sites using the same small family of fonts.
As far as headers and titles are concerned, serif fonts are perfect in order to achieve high-impact designs, so let’s take a look at thirty of the best ones available (but not before we teach you how to install them)…
The entire process is straightforward, and we’re pretty sure most of you are already familiar with it – but just in case, let’s go over the two simplest methods to install additional fonts for use in WordPress.
If you want to go the manual route, you can install each font you intend to use via CSS, which shouldn’t take long at all. Otherwise, we recommend the Use Any Font plugin, which takes care of all the code behind the scenes and only requires you to upload the font files using an intuitive interface.
Bebas Neue is a pretty popular sans serif font – so popular in fact, that its creators aren’t afraid to refer to it as the “Helvetica of the free fonts”, and it’s pretty easy to see why. The typeface features a simple, bold design with multiple weights, which lends itself perfectly to any no-nonsense heading.