I’m currently working on a client project and the client provided me with a font to use on the website.
However, it is a commercial font (the client bought it and has a license for it) but I’m unsure how I should use this on my website to be in order legally.
I guess I can’t just host the font on my own web server?
If your client has a license for the font, you could store the font with the website files and use @fontface in your CSS. Check out this article to see how it works.
It’s a .ttc font, can I also use this for a website? Should I ask my client if he has more variations of the font?
If that’s the only format he has, you should check that the licence agreement allows the font to be used on a website, before going any further.
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