embedded fonts


Embedded fonts are fonts embedded in documents or web pages so that they can be used without being installed locally (a typical feature of PDF files and Microsoft Word documents).

Books 2

The research behind Neutral, typeface that was constructed based on a set of parameters derived by measuring a number of popular 20th-century Sans Serif fonts.
The pilot issue demonstrates that creativity is not the exclusive domain of artists or designers, but something that surrounds us in our daily lives.

Articles 1

In 1996 Erik van Blokland relays the problems with font embedding, which a decade later has little success…
Essays · 29 November 2004 · English · 482 words

Help 14

A special embedding licence is required to use the fonts in electronic books rrespective of whether the device contains the font data or merely the designs of the fonts. This licence is available directly online on the font ordering page.
The Typotheque End User Licence allows embedding of fonts in documents when you take reasonable measures to prevent font data extraction. Use the option ‘Embed characters in use only’, when creating the document to make the file smaller and to protect the fonts more.
For technical reasons, PostScript fonts can’t be used to create web-embeddable fonts, so if you licensed PostScript versions of our fonts, you will first need to upgrade to OpenType versions.
If you have already purchased an OpenType font licence from us, you can use the licensed fonts on the web via our font embedding system. It also entitles you to 500MB of free bandwidth per month. Additional bandwidth costs €0.001 per megabyte.
We use a global network of geographically distributed servers (cloud hosting), so you can be confident that the font files will be available at all times. Specifically, we use Amazon Web Services (AWS), a backbone infrastructure that guarantees the highest possible uptime.

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How to use Typotheque Webfont embedding Service allows using custom fonts in the website using @font-face rule in CSS. Simple tutorial. Cross-browser font embedding