Font with full latin support
Unfortunately Lora font has some missing glyphs (https://www.google.com/fonts/specimen/Lora). I think that it's really important to use a font that supports all latin and cyrillic glyphs - without them some articles look very bad and loose their readability. :(
We added Lora with full latin support, should look fine on all latin languages. If you encounter anything wrong, please send us a screenshot to support wikiwand.com
The division symbol ÷ is displaying as a colon : in Lora, which is very confusing: https://www.wikiwand.com/en/%C3%B7_(album)
I've checked Firefox, Chromium, and Edge, some on Linux and some on Windows. (Couldn't see how to upload a screenshot here; sorry.)
Picking ‘sans’ in settings shows the correct ÷ symbol.
AdminWikiwand (Support, WikiWand) commented
We actually can't see anything wrong with the glypths this URL:
We use the extended Lora which should support all Cyrillic glyphs.
1. Is it possible that you have Lora installed locally on your computer (thus overriding our version of Lora)
2. Can you please try it on a different computer and tell me what you see?
Example: http://www.wikiwand.com/pl/G%C4%99sto%C5%9B%C4%87 - as you can see, ę, ś and ć in title are rendered with some different font and look bad. This also happens in the article body.