With Muse, you get direct access to fonts from Typekit, a subscription service for premium commercial fonts. You can try a limited selection of fonts from the Typekit library with any level of Creative Cloud plan — and if you’ve subscribed to a paid plan, you’ll have access to the full library with thousands of fonts. See our walkthrough for a step-by-step description of using Typekit with Muse.
Typekit hosts the fonts that you decide to use on your website. This means that if you select fonts from the Typekit library and then publish your site in Muse, Typekit will automatically host those fonts and connect your Typekit account to your website. Typekit then tracks the number of site pageviews you get so that foundry partners are paid appropriately for the use of their fonts.
Your pageview limits on Typekit will vary by plan. If you exceed the pageviews for your plan level, you may be responsible for overage costs — so it’s important to check this in advance of publishing in Muse.
Your pageview quota is noted on your Typekit account page, where you’ll also find current usage information for the current month.
What happens to fonts from Typekit when page views exceed the maximum limit?
What happens to the fonts on my site if I downgrade to a free plan?
Free Creative Cloud plans are still eligible to use fonts from the Typekit Limited library. If you want to cancel your monthly Creative Cloud subscription but retain access to the full Typekit library, you can sign up for a standalone plan with Typekit. See typekit.com/plans for more information, or email email@example.com.