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FAQ

On this page, you can find the most frequently asked questions and their answers. If you are unable to find an answer to your question you may also email us.

Can I use all the fonts in my web site?

The site fonts license can be personal use, demo purpose, donationware, freeware license. Please review the file included with your download, which includes information on the usage of the fonts. If no information is provided, please use at your own discretion or contact the author.

How do I install a font in Windows?

Before you install any fonts, make sure that all your applications are closed.

Windows 7, 8, 10:

  • Unzip the downloaded file. To unzip, right-click on the file and choose to “extract” the contents to a folder.
  • Right-click on the extract font file and choose the option to install the font, or Double click the font file and click ‘Install’.

Windows Vista and XP:

  • Unzip the file that you downloaded. To unzip, right click on the file and choose to “extract” the contents to a folder.
  • You should find the .ttf or .otf font file(s) inside the folder of the extracted zip file.
  • From the ‘Start’ menu select ‘Control Panel’.
  • Then select ‘Appearance and Personalization’ or ‘Appearance and Themes’.
  • Click on ‘Fonts’. This might be in the ‘See Also’ panel on the left in Windows XP.
  • From the menu, choose ‘File’ and then ‘Install New Font’.
  • Locate the folder that contains the fonts you want to install and select the fonts to install.
  • Click the ‘Install’ or ‘OK’ button to install the fonts.

How do I install a font on a Mac?

Before you install any fonts, make sure that all your applications are closed.

  • Double click on the zip file to extract it.
  • For Mac OS X 10.3 or higher: Double click on each font file to view the preview and click the ‘install’ button to install it into Fontbook.
  • For Max OS X 10.2 and lower: Drag and drop the unzipped fonts into the ‘Fonts’ folder in your user’s Library folder at: /Users/Your_Username_Here/Library/Fonts.

Can I use all the fonts for my web site?

The site fonts license can be personal use, demo purpose, donationware, freeware license. Please review the file included with your download, which includes information on the usage of the fonts. If no information is provided, please use at your own discretion and contact the author.
Fontsplash assumes no responsibility for the improper use of the fonts provided on its website.

How to use this website?

Click on the links in the main navigation area at the top of the site to access the main areas of this website: Sans serif, Hand written, and more. You can also search for Fonts.

How do I customize the website and font previews?

You can customize the look of the font previews by typing your own text in the input text field provided in all the font pages.

How can I find a font by name?

Simply type the font name in the search box at the top of the site.

How can I find a font if I don?t know its name?

The websites listed below are useful to find commercial typefaces.

  • What The Font: Upload a scanned or digital image of the font you?re looking for into this website, and an automated system will help you find the closest match.
  • Identifont: This site shows helps you find your font by asking you a series of simple questions about the font that you?re looking for.