Hi Lara,

Would depend where you got your Century Gothic font to begin with, usually they 
(the font foundry you got it from originally (it looks like the font was 
originally made and offered for sale by Monotype Imaging)) have permissions 
right up front on what usage is permissable. At this time the font is now 5 
years old and being offered free for web use from what I could find out for 
you, but double checking can never hurt.

Cheers,
Doug Burt
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Lara Atechian 
  To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org 
  Sent: Sunday, December 11, 2011 7:22 PM
  Subject: [WSG] Century Gothic for web




  Hi,



  I am working on re-designing a website, and will be using Century Gothic for 
headings. My question is: Is it ok to use Century Gothic or I have to buy some 
sort of license that allows using on the web.        

  I checked many websites, there is nothing certain that says buy a licence or 
it's a free generic font. 




  Thanks,
  Lara



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