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You can use built-in IMPORTXML function which imports data from a table or list within an HTML page. Here is the example: =IMPORTXML("http://www.google.com","//title") Some examples with similar meta tags: =IMPORTXML("http://www.google.com","//meta[@name='description']/@content") =IMPORTXML("http://www.google.com","//meta[@name='keywords']/@content")
It depends on what you mean by “Google Fonts”. As fonts, they do not depend on CSS3, or CSS at all; you can download them and install them and use them. As a technique of using “web fonts” or “downloadable fonts”, they use the @font-face declaration defined in CSS Fonts Module Level 3, which is commonly regarded as part of CSS3, which is as such just a vague ...
I haven't been able to find a way to load Dropbox URLs over HTTP but it is possible to load Google Fonts over HTTPS, and that will prevent the browser from blocking the request. For example: <link href='https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Roboto:400' rel='stylesheet' type='text/css'>
OpenRaid developer here (Kimpossibru, I'm everywhere!)... you could use a greasemonkey/tampermonkey script to do that locally, but then it'd only show up for you. It'll be necessary to change the site code for this to be possible. I've registered this request in our bug/feature tracker (OR-726 if you ever want to make a support ticket about it to ask the ...
Try clearing your cache and cookies. This link will explain how for most browsers. Or you could try using an entirely different browser like Firefox or Internet Explorer If that doesn't work, you could try using a proxy browser. A proxy browser is a website that allows you to browse the internet anonymously and clears all previous browser history and ...
On my Chromebook, I was able to use the fonts listed on the settings page. Settings -> Customize Fonts...
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