Since I'm brand new to selling web fonts - I'm wondering which of the files produced when I default export fonts using FontLab 7.2 - should be sent to the client once they’ve purchased a web license.
'Export TTF webfonts' produces five files FontName.xxx:
'Export OTF webfonts' produces four files FontName.xxx:
Are print fonts (ttf or otf) necessary for a web license client?
Which files does all of you package for web licensees? Do you include printer fonts?
Do you still deliver .eot (along TTF flavoured web fonts) or only send them upon request?
Thank you for any of your help!
HTML and CSS are not font files of course, but they might be handy to include so the web developer can copy and paste the necessary code to use the fonts. TTF/OTF files would only be useful if you want to allow your clients to perform their own format conversions to support older browsers.
WOFF2 has support of over 96% (usage-relative) if you trust https://caniuse.com/woff2 as opposed to just over 98% for WOFF.