Adding a unique font to your website is a great way to make your design stand out online. In this article, I will walk you through the step-by-step process to add any font to your website.
Note: because websites aren't built and managed the same way, I'll cover the most common approach to adding custom fonts and then explain how the platforms build websites. most popular custom font support.
What fonts can be used on the Web?
Technically, you can add any font to any web page.
However, when looking for a font online, you always want to keep the price, license agreement, and installation method in mind.
Without further ado, here are some of the most popular font libraries to help you find that perfect font:
Google Fonts (FREE)
Google Fonts boasts an impressive library of almost 1000 libre license fonts that can be browsed through their interactive web directory. Because of their Developer API, Google Fonts is arguably the easiest font to add to your site and where I recommend you start your search.
Adobe Fonts (Premium)
Adobe Fonts, (formerly Typekit) offers a collection of +14,000 beautiful fonts. The new and improved service now offers Creative Cloud subscribers easy access to their entire font library at the click of a button. Unlike Typekit, Adobe Fonts has removed the restrictions on page views and has made all of their fonts accessible for both desktop and web use.
In addition to offering a selection of licensed ...