Not all fonts on FontShop are available as webfonts. If you’re wondering whether you’re adding a webfont to your cart or not, here are a few things to look out for that will let you know you’re licensing the right kind of fonts:
1. Web Badges
When you do a general search for a font, several options may come up in the search results. Webfonts are easy to spot because they have Web Badges — a blue one in the upper right hand corner of a font listing and a gray one next to the price.
2. Font Name
Besides having badges to indicate if the font is a webfont, a webfont will have the word “Web” in its name.
3. Webfont Formats
Webfonts are usually available in two formats: WOFF and EOT. If you see anything else listed under Formats — like OT, TT, OT/TT, or PS — then you are not looking at a webfont!
4. Pricing By Pageviews
When you’re ready to checkout, there is one more way to ensure you’re licensing webfonts. Webfonts are priced based on pageviews per month, not the number of users who will be using the fonts. Instead of having to enter the number of users you need to license as you would with desktop fonts, you will need to choose a pricing tier based on the number of pageviews per month your website generates.
If you’re ready to get some webfonts, you can browse our selection of webfonts here!