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Fontdue automatically makes webfonts available for use on your website. Each Family you upload gets its own CSS url which contains the relevant
To find the CSS link and the code to enable webfonts, navigate to the Webfonts tab for the relevant Family in the dashboard.
Copy the Webfont CSS code into your page's
<head> element, and then copy the styles relevant for each style into your site's CSS styles.
Webfonts are restricted only to domains allowed access to them. Make sure any domains you want to allow access are listed in the Cross-origin API access setting.
Webfont conversion process
Source fonts files are automatically converted to WOFF & WOFF2. This conversion is a multi-step process based on the files you upload, described in this table.
You may optionally upload your own WOFF & WOFF2 files which will be delivered as-is, so there are no processing steps.
A simple script we wrote to deter desktop installation of Webfonts. The font family and style names are replaced with a Copyright message.
Available as part of FontTools, to convert OTF files to TTF.
Provides automatic TTF hints for better font rendering on Windows, based on FreeType font rendering.
WOFF compression tool.
WOFF2 compression tool.