Integrating Adobe fonts (formerly Typekit)
Adobe Fonts is a subscription font service that brings thousands of fonts from foundry partners into one library for quick browsing, and easy use on the web or on your desktop, as well as endless typographic inspiration. Click here for more information about this service.
The process of integrating Adobe fonts into Jupiter is easy and requires two main steps; configuring the Adobe Fonts and adding the Adobe Project D into the theme.
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Configuring the Adobe Fonts
You can toggle between the default & Japanese font collections from the selector at the top of the page. Filter by Classification (e.g., serif or sans serif), Properties (e.g., x-height, width, or weight), or Language. You can also choose between two recommended categories: headings and paragraphs.
Click Done to close the web project window and continue browsing.
The web project and all the fonts you’ve added to it will be listed there. Click the Edit Project button to change which font weights and styles are included, remove a web font family from the project entirely, or change the character set, which specifies the project’s language support.
Integrating the Adobe Fonts
The next step is to add the Adobe Fonts into Jupiter.