• Add fonts to your website

    Learn how to add fonts to your website using Typekit

  • Using Typekit on your blog

    Learn how to use Typekit fonts with different blogging platforms, including WordPress and Typepad

  • Using Typekit in HTML email or newsletters

    The CSS embed code can be used to include fonts from Typekit in HTML email and newsletters.

  • Using Typekit with Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP)

    The CSS embed code can be used to include fonts from Typekit in accelerated mobile pages (AMP).

  • Browser and OS support

    Supported browsers and operating systems for web font serving.

  • Troubleshooting guide: Adding fonts to a website

    Use this guide to troubleshoot issues with adding fonts to a website with Adobe Typekit.

  • Embed codes

    Learn how to work with embed codes in Typekit

  • Domains

    Typekit only works when loaded from one an allowed domains; learn how to edit this list of domains.

  • Use Typekit when developing locally

    You can specify up to ten domains in your kit editor’s Kit Settings, including development domains, subdomains, and “localhost” if you're running a web server on your own machine.

  • CSS selectors

    A CSS selector is used to declare which elements a style applies to. In Typekit, you can specify the selectors for each of your fonts in one of two ways: By adding the selectors to your kit. By using the provided font-family names in your own CSS.

  • Font events

    To help you better control how your page is displayed while fonts are loading or inactive, the Typekit embed code provides a set of font events that are triggered as fonts are loaded onto the page. These font events are accessible from both CSS and Javascript.

  • Dynamic kits and East Asian web font serving

    How dynamic kits & subsetting enable East Asian web font serving.

  • Plan limits for syncs and website pageviews

    Typekit plans that include font syncing allow a certain number of fonts to be synced at one time. The font sync limit for your plan is listed on your Typekit Account page.

  • Optimizing Performance

    The “optimize performance“ option extends the web kit JavaScript cache time to one week. This feature is specifically designed for kits that will not need to change once they are published live.

  • Colophon

    Every Typekit account comes with a colophon—an automatically updated page that lists the fonts you’ve chosen for your website.

  • Content security policy

    The Content Security Policy (CSP) is a means for restricting which scripts and resources are allowed on your website. You could, for example, use CSP to stop external scripts from being executed on your website.

  • Printing Typekit fonts

    Many of the Typekit fonts may also be synced to your computer. You can create a document with the synced fonts (PDF, EPS, or ePub), and make it available to your users to download and print.

  • Remove Typekit fonts from your site

    To remove Typekit from your site, simply remove the Typekit embed code from the of your site’s markup. Once you’ve removed Typekit from your site, Typekit fonts will no longer appear on your site.

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