Cloud.typography is a service from Hoefler & Co. that enables you to use Hoefler & Co. fonts on the web…Read More
A Cloud.typography subscription should be opened by whoever will be responsible for maintaining it. Often it’s the same party that’s responsible for managing other site assets, such as domain registrations.
Yes, you can! Here’s what you need to know.Read More
Stylistic sets are a feature that makes it easier to use a font’s alternate characters…Read More
Cloud.typography is designed to deliver fonts to web browsers, including mobile ones…Read More
Yes, you can! With your Cloud.typography subscription, you can specify web fonts in the HTML of your email campaigns, the same way that you call for fonts on your websites…Read More
Yes, you can! If you’d prefer to host fonts purely from your own server, we offer self-hosted web fonts options as well. You can find more information here about self-hosted fonts, and the differences between our cloud-hosted and self-hosted options.Read More
You can cancel a subscription at any time, but we don’t offer refunds for unused service. If you have technological or regulatory requirements that aren’t compatible with Cloud.typography, or any other questions that aren’t answered here, please contact our sales office before purchasing your subscription.
Here are a few resources for getting started, as well as our contact information.Read More
Google has announced that as of March 2018 (with the release of Chrome version 66), Chrome has removed trust in Symantec-issued certificates that are two or more years old, and in October 2018 (with the release of Chrome version 70), it will fully remove trust in Symantec’s old infrastructure and all of the certificates it has issued.
H&Co’s Cloud.typography service will not be impacted by these two events. Our current SSL certificate is under compliance for Chrome 66 and we have scheduled its replacement with Akamai, our CDN provider. You may see notices in Chrome’s console before this date, but we’ve ensured that your Cloud.typography fonts will continue to be delivered without issue as Google makes this transition.
For more information, please refer to the Google Security Blog.Read More