E-Pub Font Uses
⚠️We've introduced new Font Licenses on Creative Market; this article covers use cases under the New Font Licenses. For more information about our Legacy Standard License,
please review those terms here: Standard License
This article describes use cases for fonts in E-Publications (like E-Books). You can view the full terms of the E-Pub License here.
To learn more about our Font Licenses, click a topic below:
- Can I use a licensed font in an eBook?
- What is a Title?
- In what formats can an e-publication be available?
- How many copies of my eBook(s) can I sell?
- Can I embed the E-Pub-licensed font in a website, too?
Yes, under the E-Pub License, you may use a font in an eBook. The number of eBooks you can create depends on the number of e-books titles you select at checkout. Embedding the font in your Ebook(s) is only permitted for use in electronic publications, provided that the font is not extractable.
Embedding a font in an eBook is not permitted in the Desktop, Webfont, or App Font Licenses.
A “title” means one (1) standalone e-publication; each book in a series and each issue of an e-publication (such as a magazine publication) is a single title.
Fonts purchased under the E-Pub License may be used in E-books, E-cards, or E-magazines. These might be offered in PDF, EPUB, Kindle, Digital Editions, or other e-reader format used in a web browser. Keep in mind that the font may not be used in such a way that allows the End User (Reader) of your e-publication to extract or reverse-engineer the font.
The E-Pub License permits use of the font in only the number of titles selected at checkout. However, there is no quantity limit on the sales or distribution of those electronic publications.
No; the E-Pub license only allows you to embed the font in an e-publication. If you'd like to embed a font in your website's code, please purchase a Webfont License.