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Font licensing for company website – run on a CMS platform

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Feb 06, 2019 Feb 06, 2019

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I work inhouse as a graphic designer for an e-commerce company in the UK (they also operate in US). The website is run on a content management platform, created and managed by the company that sells this solution.

At work, I use an individual CC license purchased by the company, to design all print related media.

I'm wondering if my company will have to pay anything extra to Adobe, to use this CC license, and change the fonts on our website to any of the Adobe Fonts? Or would I need a new licence or a different subscription?

I've had a look at your FAQs but aren't sure about this particular case:


Can I use web fonts on my personal or company website?

Yes. If your website is viewed in the browser–either on the desktop or on a mobile device–it's covered by the web font license.

The web font license also requires that the fonts be added to your website by the embed code that we provide. The tutorial on adding fonts to your website shows how it works.


I appreciate your help,








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