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  • Nikhil Vootkur, 1 month ago

    I've always enjoyed the simplicity of hosting fonts through Google Fonts and TypeKit. The latter isn't necessarily free, but if you have Adobe CC it's included.

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  • Thomas Michael SemmlerThomas Michael Semmler, 1 month ago

    rank them

    What do you mean by that? I am not entirely sure, if I understand your question.

    There are many aspects to managing webfonts:

    • finding fonts
    • choosing fonts
    • potentially collecting them somewhere and their licenses
    • buying fonts
    • using them on websites
    • managing FOUT, FOIT
    • managing loading

    so what part of it are you talking about exactly? Also Today, the differences between managing webfonts and regular fonts is almost only technical, as you can use any font on websites.

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