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wizylabs
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is it?

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KChristensen
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I’ve used Helvetica quite a few times, so I believe it is, but I do always have Arial, ‘Sans-serif’ incase the user does not have Helvetica installed. But good question

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digitalimpact
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Helvetica is commercial.

So you can’t have it in the zip the buyer downloads, but only in your font stack, for users who have it installed already.

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Monkify
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Yea :) Just don’t include the actual font, such as doing it in @font-face. Here’s a nice list of web safe fonts: http://www.speaking-in-styles.com/web-typography/Web-Safe-Fonts/

Although there’s only a select few that are 100% web safe. Times New Roman, Arial, Georgia, etc. But there are quite a few you can add into the primary of your font stack in case the user has the font.

I’ve been checking around for free @font-face fonts and there’s quite a few good ones. Check out http://www.fontsquirrel.com/

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