There is at least one standard naming scheme than you can follow, and that CSS coders and Browsers are supposed to be familiar, at: https://www.w3.org/TR/css-fonts-3/#propdef-font-weight and https://… ((more))
Hey yes, I need to pay the hosting bill, nothing complex. I've been in holiday-mode for a full year so I didn't cared very much. But hopefully I'll get back to working-mode tomorrow or so (after the … ((more))
Joe.. you are the only one who cares about that.
I understand and respect your concern since I follow your accessibility stuff from the 90's when I was doing web development, information architecture… ((more))
You can go a lot more bolder... your current ExtraBold looks to me like a semibold.. so there is room to go further. Go explore the limits in a few letter and use adhesion text to test in … ((more))
There is also a practical point to it... having a unique name also helps when people search for your font, so even if it may be legal to use a similar name, it still better to use a unique one. ((more))