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Cloud.typography with Muse and BC

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Jun 10, 2017

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Hello, I'm trying to get Cloud.typography from typography.com to work with Adobe muse going into Business catalyst. Does anyone have experience with this? The present advice is outdated with broken links. I have installed the font folder on my server, and have the code snippet in my header. How do I actually use the font? Should I expect it as an option in the in-browser editor? Do I have to modify the CSS file further? Or is this a situation that will require hand coding knowledge, as I assume I have to let some part of the document know to use the font?

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Normally muse works with typekit or web edge font. You could import fonts into this : Add web fonts like this:

Bildschirmfoto 2017-06-11 um 13.23.25.png

Not sure, if it helps with cloud typography without coding knowledge. With fonts, used in muse you could add paragraph styles and tags which are very important for SEO. With self hosted fonts this will work as well. If you could download fonts from the cloud this will work, too. Watch requirements:

Bildschirmfoto 2017-06-11 um 13.26.14.png

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Uwe

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Cloud.typography with Muse and BC

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Hello, I'm trying to get Cloud.typography from typography.com to work with Adobe muse going into Business catalyst. Does anyone have experience with this? The present advice is outdated with broken links. I have installed the font folder on my server, and have the code snippet in my header. How do I actually use the font? Should I expect it as an option in the in-browser editor? Do I have to modify the CSS file further? Or is this a situation that will require hand coding knowledge, as I assume I have to let some part of the document know to use the font?

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Correct answer by fotoroeder | Adobe Community Professional

Normally muse works with typekit or web edge font. You could import fonts into this : Add web fonts like this:

Bildschirmfoto 2017-06-11 um 13.23.25.png

Not sure, if it helps with cloud typography without coding knowledge. With fonts, used in muse you could add paragraph styles and tags which are very important for SEO. With self hosted fonts this will work as well. If you could download fonts from the cloud this will work, too. Watch requirements:

Bildschirmfoto 2017-06-11 um 13.26.14.png

Regards,

Uwe

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Normally muse works with typekit or web edge font. You could import fonts into this : Add web fonts like this:

Bildschirmfoto 2017-06-11 um 13.23.25.png

Not sure, if it helps with cloud typography without coding knowledge. With fonts, used in muse you could add paragraph styles and tags which are very important for SEO. With self hosted fonts this will work as well. If you could download fonts from the cloud this will work, too. Watch requirements:

Bildschirmfoto 2017-06-11 um 13.26.14.png

Regards,

Uwe

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Hi AirvantGarde,Cheers,

Uwe is correct. Cloud.typography have their own web font service. Because Typekit is integrated into Adobe Muse, it's very easy to use those fonts. If you'd like to use Cloud.typography, you'll have to follow these instructions: How Cloud.typography Works | Webfonts by Hoefler & Co.  and it does require adding code to the site.

I hope that helps.

Cheers,

Benjamin

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