I can't find any information about my question anywhere and Adobe seems to have shut down all their support e-mail-addresses. Additionally, chat doesn't work because the text input field disappears all the time – great work, Adobe! However, I'll ask my question here now, maybe somebody has an answer:
It's the Lithos font I want to use on a commercial website as a webfont.
I know it is available on TypeKit (Lithos Pro), but that is not an option, since I have the student Creative Cloud version.
Is there any (legal, of course) way to use Lithos as a webfont without TypeKit involved? (Of course it may cost something.)
I'm sorry that you ran into trouble with this. You can reach the Typekit Support team at email@example.com with any questions on using Typekit or Adobe fonts.
You will need a Typekit subscription to use Lithos Pro on your website. Adobe doesn't offer font licensing which would allows you to self-host Lithos Pro or any other Adobe fonts on your own web server.
If you would like, you can upgrade your Typekit account to the Portfolio plan to use Lithos Pro:
The Portfolio plan currently costs $49.99 USD and would be billed separately from your Creative Cloud subscription.
I hope that this helps; let me know if you have any other questions. Best,
I didn't know about the TypeKit pricing options, that's what I was looking for! 🙂