I just ran my HTML through the W3C HTML validator and it tells me that the code Google gave me for loading fonts uses an illegal character. Is this really true? Here’s the error message:
Error: Bad value https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Julius+Sans+One|Open+Sans for attribute href on element link: Illegal character in query: | is not allowed. From line 14, column 5; to line 14, column 100 d -->↩ <link href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Julius+Sans+One|Open+Sans" rel="stylesheet">↩ <!- Syntax of URL: Any URL. For example: /hello, #canvas, or http://example.org/. Characters should be represented in NFC and spaces should be escaped as %20. Common non-alphanumeric characters other than ! $ & ' ( ) * + - . / : ; = ? @ _ ~ generally must be percent-encoded. For example, the pipe character (|) must be encoded as %7C.