HTML-based ads are becoming more prevalent. But incorporating Web fonts hasn’t always been easy. Now the Monotype Web Font platform is providing HTML-based authoring tools easy integration of Web fonts allowing users to have text that is dynamic and responsive while staying on brand.
Several ad authoring tools including Flite, Responsive Ads and Adcade have introduced the Monotype Web Font platform into their tool. If you’re working with these tools or others that integrate at a later time, you can simply upload your Linotype.com Web font kit within the authoring tool to begin designing with your fonts. Web font page view tracking is retained, ensuring you can keep on top of your pageviews when your ad or content is deployed.
Get more detailed information about the web font platform here.
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