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How does the count of page views function with an external licensed webfonts?

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A client has licenses of (payed) webfonts that allows a certain amount of pageviews per month. (Like webfonts by myfont or linotype)

The pageviews are counted at the webpage in order for the provider to observe if the amount is exceeded so the client must pay more.

But: In Muse I proceed only with the selfhosted fonts input mask: I upload the .ttf .svg, etc., and insert the license-info-text in the mask. That’s all.

I don`t use the provided webfontkit.css or embeed any code in the head sector of the pages.

In the webfontKit.css that is given to us in a webfontKit besides the webfonts itself is a link that @import url("//fontprovider.net/count/3xeaf7");, that is the link that links probably the pageview-counts to the provider. I am not sure here.

How and where do I embeed this page-count-code in Muse (or somewhere else)?

I don’t like to undermine the counting/license in now way.

->I must retain the page view tracking code, as supplied in the Web Font Kit, on all Websites that Use the Licensed Web Fonts.

Did I miss something? I appreciate any steps I need to do.

Your answers and ideas are most welcome. The matter is very urgent, my client has to go online very soon.

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How does the count of page views function with an external licensed webfonts?

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A client has licenses of (payed) webfonts that allows a certain amount of pageviews per month. (Like webfonts by myfont or linotype)

The pageviews are counted at the webpage in order for the provider to observe if the amount is exceeded so the client must pay more.

But: In Muse I proceed only with the selfhosted fonts input mask: I upload the .ttf .svg, etc., and insert the license-info-text in the mask. That’s all.

I don`t use the provided webfontkit.css or embeed any code in the head sector of the pages.

In the webfontKit.css that is given to us in a webfontKit besides the webfonts itself is a link that @import url("//fontprovider.net/count/3xeaf7");, that is the link that links probably the pageview-counts to the provider. I am not sure here.

How and where do I embeed this page-count-code in Muse (or somewhere else)?

I don’t like to undermine the counting/license in now way.

->I must retain the page view tracking code, as supplied in the Web Font Kit, on all Websites that Use the Licensed Web Fonts.

Did I miss something? I appreciate any steps I need to do.

Your answers and ideas are most welcome. The matter is very urgent, my client has to go online very soon.

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sonnenundmondschein  wrote

I don`t use the provided webfontkit.css or embed any code in the head sector of the pages.

Why not?   Did your font supplier  give you instructions on how to use your custom font kit?  You should do exactly as they say or it probably won't work.

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
Alt-Web.com

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I just follow the instuction of Muse how to use self hosted fonts, that’s the first thing I do. The fonts work, but I need to know that the counting work to.

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