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Blogs 12

There is nothing better than seeing our fonts in action
28 June 2016
The new version of Typotheque’s website is a natural evolution of work started back in 1999. Here is a look back at the major milestones.
20 January 2016
After six years, it is time for a fresh look, and we are pleased to be launching the newest version of
18 January 2016
PDF Font Tester is an available online API that allows users to create their own samples, controlling the text, position, size, leading, OpenType features and colour, and generate a PDF file with the font samples.
7 March 2012
We keep seeing more and more websites using Typotheque webfonts, and it gets harder to select a representative sample. Here are three new sites that got our attention recently:
27 December 2011

Authors 1

Ondrej Jób (1984) was born in Czechoslovakia, studied in Slovakia, Denmark and The Netherlands at TypeMedia master course at Royal Academy of ...

Help 8

Typotheque offers three different ways of using fonts on the web. Hosted Webfonts is the simplest option, ready to use in minutes. Clients receive CSS code for using fonts online, and manage their project via Typotheque online account.
The Print & Web Licence of our OpenType fonts permits you to download the font files and use them in your favourite print applications. When you want to use them on a website, log in to your account to generate a block of CSS code for your webpage.
You can serve the webfonts also to secure websites using SSL certificates with https domain prefix. Log in to the Typotheque online account and go to the Webfonts section. There you can click the checkbox ‘Enable HTTPS’, which generates a different URL path for the CSS file.
The @font-face rule is a W3C standard allowing authors to specify online fonts for displaying text on their webpages.
Yes, simply select the Self-hosted Webfont option.