Create great looking unique PDF documents from Shopware, using your corporate design. Use your proprietary or Google fonts with any PDF document or invoice. No need to know about HTML, CSS or PDF details.
Now free of charge - install and use this plugin for any shop you like.
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Before you start
Installing and custom fonts is not a big thing per se, but can become tricky in detail. Should you need any assistance, we do offer paid support for the installation of the plugin and your custom fonts by phone and email. Our support charge is Euro 23,00 plus sales tax per quarter of an hour (15 min.). Please ask for your personal support via:
- phone - call us at +49 611 44782-10
- email - email@example.com
- the plugin administratin in your Shopware account
Step 1 - Create/download fonts and copy to your installation
You may use almost any true type font, no matter whether it is your proprietary, a licensed or an open font. You will find an abundance of free fonts at Google fonts or other sources. True type fonts can be identified by the '.ttf' file extension.
Any font can be printed in one of four variations:
- regular (R)
- bold (B)
- italic (I)
- bold-italic (BI)
You will need one file per variation. If you want to use one of Google's free fonts, you need to download a copy. Copy the appropriate files into a directory under your Shopware root, such as 'custom/ttfonts'.
Step 2 - Install and configure the plugin
Install and activate the plugin using Shopware's plugin manager.
In the plugin configuration, you will need to define:
- how they should be named,
- which files correspond to a font
Should you want to use more than one custom font, enter the names and files of the fonts separated by a semicolon ';'. If for a font there is only a subset of font files (e.g. regular and bold, but no italic), then enter empty strings (like '';) as placeholders at the appropriate places.
Step 3 - Adjust the document template
Finally, you need to tell the document template to use the fonts. Use the font-family tag for example in the Body-part of the template to use the selected font. Use the name for the font that you have defined in the previous step. Note that only small letters and no special characters or spaces may be used.
Version 2.0.0New major functionality - now supports Shopware 5.5
- Important: Changed the location of ttfonts to be in the documents/_public/src/ttfonts subfolder of your custom theme for the main shop. This setting cannot be overwritten. When migrating from an older version of this plugin, make sure to move your ttfonts directory to ...yourTheme/documents/_public/src.
- Internal code restructured
- Changed license model to GNU AGPL v3
- avoid duplication of fonts (based on fontnames)
- correct preview (in some environments)