If you would like to use your own custom font, here's how you achieve that.
From you, Accredible Needs:
A Version of the Font on a Web Server
We need another website to supply fonts to us in the right format so they will load properly in viewers’ internet browsers.
Can’t you use font files I have on my computer?
What if I don’t have a web version of a font?
Include Accredible’s Website in Your Paid Font License
Using fonts that you pay for without permission from the font owner may land you and/or Accredible in legal trouble.
Will my license for X number of computers work?
What kind of font license do I need to be able to include Accredible?
Depending on the company you purchase your license from, you need a Web Font, Web Site, or Server license. These are common names to describe licenses for serving fonts to multiple websites/applications or up to a number of web page views.
A Setup Fee
Important: we do not apply any testing to custom fonts, therefore you as the issuer are fully responsible for its suitability and appearance.
What if I Have a Free-to-Use Font?
Web Server Font
No License Amendments
No Setup Fee
What Do I Do Next?
To speak to arrange setting up your custom font, contact us at Customer Support.
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