TPTQ Arabic offers two different ways of using fonts on the web. TPTQ Arabic Webfont service is the simplest option, ready to use in minutes. Clients receive CSS code for using fonts online, and manage their project via TPTQ Arabic online account.
The Print & Web Licence of our OpenType fonts permits you to download the font files and use them in your favourite print applications. When you want to use them on a website, log in to your account to generate a block of CSS code for your webpage.
You can serve the webfonts also to secure websites using SSL certificates with https domain prefix. Log in to the TPTQ Arabic online account and go to the Webfonts section. There you can click the checkbox ‘Enable HTTPS’, which generates a different URL path for the CSS file.
The @font-face rule is a W3C standard allowing authors to specify online fonts for displaying text on their webpages.
Our Web Font Service Licence doesn’t cover placing the font files on your own server. Use TPTQ Arabic’s font-embedding method instead. It automatically generates a block of CSS code that you can use on your site.
Up until now, if you wanted to use fonts on a website you were limited to one of the dozen or so ‘web-safe’ fonts (Verdana, Times, Helvetica—you know, the ones you see everywhere on the web).
You can use our fonts to create websites, but since visitors may not have the same fonts installed, you will need to convert the fonts to images (GIF, JPG or PNG) so that the pages display as you intend. You can also use the fonts in Flash websites.