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How to use Adobe fonts in Wix

A mouse cursor hovering over the Adobe fonts icon in front of the wix platform

Typography plays a crucial role in the design and overall user experience of a website. It's not just about making words readable; the right font can convey the essence of your brand, engage visitors, and even affect the usability of your site. With Adobe Fonts, you have access to a vast library of high-quality typefaces that can elevate your website's aesthetics. This guide will walk you through the process of integrating Adobe Fonts into your Wix site, ensuring you comply with Adobe Fonts' End User License Agreement (EULA) and offering a tailored solution for specific site elements.


Adobe Fonts' EULA Compliance

To use Adobe Fonts on your Wix site within the bounds of the Adobe Fonts EULA, it's essential to implement their fonts via the Web Project Embed CSS method. This approach not only adheres to the licensing agreement but also ensures that the fonts are displayed correctly on your website.


This integration method is designed for specific elements within your site rather than a universal font application. As such, any font changes made will need to be applied to each element to maintain a consistent design throughout your site.

Step-by-Step Integration Process

1. Creating a Web Project on Adobe Fonts

Begin by visiting Adobe Fonts and selecting fonts for your website. Create a "web project" and take note of your project ID, which will be crucial for embedding the fonts into your site.

2. Embedding the Adobe Fonts CSS in Wix

Navigate to your Wix site's custom code section and insert the following code snippet, replacing [yourprojectID] with your actual Adobe Fonts Project ID:

<link rel="stylesheet" href="[yourprojectID].css">

For more detailed instructions on creating and managing your web project on Adobe Fonts, visit their official guide.

3. Utilizing the HTML Block for Text Elements

Now, integrate the custom font into your site using the HTML block provided. Ensure to replace [YourProjectID] with your project ID. Customize the font family, size, weight, and style within this HTML to match your site's design:

    <title>Adobe Fonts Integration</title>
        @import url("[YourProjectID].css");

        body {
            margin: 20px auto;
            max-width: 980px;
            font-family: Arial, sans-serif;

        .demo-header {
            font-family: "kit-rounded", sans-serif;
            font-weight: 400;
            font-style: normal;
            font-size: 24px;
            margin-bottom: 10px;

        .demo-paragraph {
            font-family: 'logic-monoscript', monospace;
            font-size: 16px;
            line-height: 1.5;
            overflow: hidden;
            margin-bottom: 20px;
    <h1 class="demo-header">
        This is Kit-Rounded

    <p class="demo-paragraph">
        This text uses the "logic-monoscript" font for the paragraph. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit.

Embed this HTML block into an HTML element on your Wix site wherever you'd like the Adobe font to appear.

Here is what the live HTML embed looks like in a blog:

Here is what a practical application of this embed looks like:

A preview of what the HTML embed looks like

Customization and Styling Tips

Experiment with different fonts and styling within the HTML block to best match your site's design. Adjust the font size, weight, and style to improve readability and aesthetics. Adobe Fonts offers a variety of fonts that can suit any mood or brand identity, making it easy to find the perfect match for your site.

Maintenance and Updating

Remember, any changes made to the font settings in your Adobe Web Project must be reflected in each element on your site. This ensures consistency across your site and maintains the integrity of your design.


Integrating Adobe Fonts into your Wix site can significantly enhance your website's design and user experience. While the process requires attention to detail, the result is a visually cohesive and engaging site.

If you're interested in streamlining this process or if you have ideas for an app that delivers Adobe Fonts more efficiently on Wix sites, I'm looking for collaborators. Whether you're a developer, a designer, or simply have an interest in web typography, I'd love to hear from you.

Contact Information

Feel free to reach out to me to discuss potential collaboration opportunities or if you need assistance with your font integration project.

By following this guide, you'll be well on your way to creating a visually stunning website that stands out from the crowd. Happy designing!


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