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Hello,

Incorporating an svg file in html5 I have no problem to reading it on the web, but if I read it on smartphone or tablet yes.

The font used in the svg file is Maestro (a musical font), which I suppose is not present in the two devices (iPad and smatphone).

Is there a way to properly read the svg file on smatphone and tablet?

I imagine I need to edit the css file by inserting the Maestro font in the body or something like that, but:

is it linked via the web? Or should I distribute it? Also do you know if the font Maetro can be distributed by anyone?

Many thanks.

Jhon.

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Correct answer by BenPleysier | Adobe Community Professional

I don't know if the Maestro font is issued under an open license, if not, you will need to purchase it. To incorporate the font in your website, have a look at https://www.creativebloq.com/how-to/how-to-use-webfonts

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svg and specific font on smartphone and tablet

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Hello,

Incorporating an svg file in html5 I have no problem to reading it on the web, but if I read it on smartphone or tablet yes.

The font used in the svg file is Maestro (a musical font), which I suppose is not present in the two devices (iPad and smatphone).

Is there a way to properly read the svg file on smatphone and tablet?

I imagine I need to edit the css file by inserting the Maestro font in the body or something like that, but:

is it linked via the web? Or should I distribute it? Also do you know if the font Maetro can be distributed by anyone?

Many thanks.

Jhon.

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by BenPleysier | Adobe Community Professional

I don't know if the Maestro font is issued under an open license, if not, you will need to purchase it. To incorporate the font in your website, have a look at https://www.creativebloq.com/how-to/how-to-use-webfonts

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I don't know if the Maestro font is issued under an open license, if not, you will need to purchase it. To incorporate the font in your website, have a look at https://www.creativebloq.com/how-to/how-to-use-webfonts


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Thank you Ben!

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